Betsey Johnson must have been super-excited about receiving the Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award from the Council of Fashion Designers of America on Monday. She did her trademark split -- on the red carpet, onstage to accept the award and at the cocktail reception.
The team that glammed up Caitlyn Jenner for her stunning Vanity Fair debut included hairstylist Oribe, makeup artist Mark Carrasquillo and celebrity nail maven Deborah Lippman. Oribe said the glamorous waves he created for Jenner were inspired by supermodel Cindy Crawford's hair. [Vanity Fair]
Instagram has added a "Shop Now" button. [New York Times]
An Yves Saint Laurent ad that ran in Elle UK has been banned by the British Advertising Standards Authority because the model looked painfully thin. [Time]
We all know that actresses usually appear on red carpets in dresses they didn't pay for. Instead they are often walking billboards for a fashion label. It turns out that can be pretty lucrative. At the Vulture Festival in New York over the weekend, the topic came up during a panel discussion featuring some prominent fashion stylists. Stylist Jessica Paster said that in her experience, stylists receive $30,000 to $50,000 for choosing the dress, and that actresses often receive $100,000 to $250,000 for wearing it. [The Cut]
Marc Jacobs' new fragrance, Decadence, comes in a green bottle that looks like an evening bag. “I wanted something that evoked the sense of a bag, with python and gold chain and a black silk tassel, so it had a kind of opulence and glamour and became an object of desire,” he told writer Julie Naughton at WWD. [WWD]