Cannes: Calvin Klein celebrates Women in Film

Cannes: Calvin Klein celebrates Women in Film
Emily Blunt, left, Melanie Laurent, Women's Creative Director of Calvin Klein Collection Francisco Costa, Isabelle Huppert and Rachel Weisz at the Women in Film party at the 68th Cannes Film Festival. (Neilson Barnard / Getty Images for Calvin Klein)

Calvin Klein and the Independent Filmmker Project threw a party in Cannes on Monday night celebrating Women in Film. This year's honorees were actresses Emily Blunt, Rachel Weisz, Isabelle Huppert, Mélanie Laurent and Sienna Miller. [WWD]

"Tomboy Style" author Lizzie Garrett Mettler has launched, an online site that is part travel guide, part shop featuring clothing and accessories for traveling. [Los Angeles Times]

The fashion-far-out Jaden Smith wore a white Batman-inspired body suit and cape to prom. [People]

Designer Peter Pilotto won the inaugural Swarovski Collective Prize for innovation. [WWD]

This year's J. Crew and CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund collaboration is out -- available on pre-order -- and it includes sandals, sweaters, a poncho, earrings and more from fashion fund winner Paul Andrew and runners-up Ryan Roche and Eva Fehren. [Vogue]

Ascena Retail Group -- which owns Lane Bryant and Dressbarn -- is to acquire Ann Taylor parent Ann Inc. for $2.16 billion. [USA Today]

Plus-size model Ashley Graham plans to launch a lingerie collection in the U.S. [WWD]

Former "Gossip Girl" star Leighton Meister and her husband actor Adam Brody of "The O.C." appear tio be expecting their first baby. They were spotted out to lunch on Saturday and she looked pregnant. [Los Angeles Times]

Victoria Beckham plans to fold her denim line into her contemporary line. [Vogue UK]

The developer of the huge Mall of America in Minnesota wants to build an even bigger mall in Miami. [Racked] Editor in Chief Dirk Standen is moving to W as digital creative director. [The Daily Front Row]