Christian Louboutin Reveals Cinderella Glass Slippers; Is H&M Coming to Times Square?

Elle Mexico's July cover. Photo: Santiago Ruiseñor/Elle Mexico/Elle Mexico

• Here are those shoes that Christian Louboutin made in honor of the rerelease of Disney's Cinderella on Blu-ray and DVD this fall. [Vogue UK]

• H&M could be moving into the previous home of ESPN Zone in Times Square. [NYP]

• Poppy Delevingne, Matthew Williamson, and Eugenia Silva front Elle Mexico's July issue, photographed by Santiago Ruiseñor. A designer on the cover of a fashion magazine? What'll they think of next? [Fashion Gone Rogue]

• WWD gave Alec Baldwin an A- in its "Man of the Week" column. The minus must be for the following offense: "It's inexplicable that he'd spring for a superexpensive made-to-measure designer suit and then hit Duane Reader for a bottle of Clairol to dye his hair. Go to Frédéric Fekkai or go au natural." But don't punch anyone. [WWD]

• "Former underage prostitute" Zahia Dehar held her second couture lingerie runway show in Paris on Tuesday. [Fashionista]

• J Brand has tapped Morgan Stanley to look into a sale or an initial public offering. [WWD]

• Is the new wave of fashion games a waste of time for everyone involved? [Shift/BuzzFeed]

• Racked spoke with a sample sale bouncer, who described the drama he's witnessed: "We get girls who go into the sales without underwear. One girl was trying things on and didn't have panties on. Another girl started screaming at her, and we had to escort them both out ... We have girls who go in as friends, and when they come out, they're not friends anymore." [Racked]

•The Adidas x Opening Ceremony capsule collection is now available for purchase online. [SheFinds]

• Hissa Igarashi and Sayuri Marakumi made an Alexander McQueen–inspired gown using gummy bears for the debut issue of TWELV magazine. [Styleite]

• Photographer David Bailey, who once had a "ghastly contract with American Vogue," told Grazia Daily why he doesn't make many fashion pictures anymore: "I did so much fashion when I was a kid. In 1971 I did over 800 pages for Condé Nast. You get a bit sick of looking at frocks after a while. It's the same old story: hysterical fashion editors! That job does tend to attract neurotic women who are crazy about some little seam." [Grazia]

• Josie Maran named her baby girl Indi Joon. [People]