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At last night’s launch of Tommy Ton’s bag collaboration with Club Monaco, the street style photographer couldn’t help but be selfish about his reasons for designing: “For me, all I cared was getting the bag — for myself.”
Longtime collaborators Tommy Ton and Anna Dello Russo have teamed up for an exhibition of their favorite photographs in Canadian department store The Bay’s Toronto location. And while visiting our neighbors (and fellow countrymen and women!) in the Great White North, Ton and Dello Russo stopped by The Marilyn Denis Show to talk fashion, inspiration, and how to pose properly for all those cameras.
This week Scott Schuman and Britney Spears got in trouble, Dolce & Gabbana got out of trouble, and Jessica Simpson just got paid. Christian Siriano and Rachel Zoe made headlines, too. Also, Legos!
Photo blogger Tommy Ton became one of the fashion world’s most influential photographers in a relatively short amount of time, but he told Business of Fashion’s Imran Amed that he still feels like a bit of an outsider. Albeit an outsider who gets front row seats at some of the world’s best fashion shows, has gigs with Style.com, GQ and The New York Times and who can earn more with a single photograph than we make in a month.
David Gandy may think that male models get a bum rap in the fashion industry, but this video makes them look awesome.
Every morning when I get dressed, I wonder if my outfit would be Bill Cunningham-approved. And I am certainly not the only one.
The entire Styleite staff has been anxiously awaiting magazine stands to start stocking Industrie Magazine, which promises to be “the first and only media title dedicated to going behind the scenes to chronicle the personalities, stories and defining moments in the world of fashion.” Most of the magazine’s details are still being held behind an elegant curtain, but today, Business Of Fashion ran an exclusive interview with Industrie’s two editors In Chief, Erik Torstensson and Jens Grede. (P.S. One of the features involves a naked photo of Daria Werbowy, so consider yourself warned: NSFW.)
After all the brouhaha blogger Tommy Ton’s tweets caused this week, it turns out that it was all just much ado about nothing — thanks to Givenchy designer Riccardo Tischi.
Last week, Jak & Jil blogger Tommy Ton published a titillating tweet hinting that he had the inside scoop on some news that would “SHAKE the fashion world.” Grazia Australia was the first to speculate that Ton’s tweet alluded to Albert Elbaz as a possible Lagerfeld replacement at Chanel. The industry’s first guess But by Monday afternoon, Chanel had stomped out those pesky rumors with a public statement.
Jak & Jill blogger Tommy Ton made waves in the fashion community with a recent tweet about a secret shake-up in the industry. Rumor has it that Ton has found the answer to fashion’s most buzzed about question: who on earth will replace Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel?