Louis Vuitton goes to Palm Springs

Louis Vuitton goes to Palm Springs
A model shows a gown from the Louis Vuitton 2016 Cruise Collection, designed by Nicolas Ghesquière, at the Bob and Dolores Hope estate in Palm Springs. (Robyn Beck / AFP/Getty Images)

Louis Vuitton showed its Cruise Collection to 500 guests at the Lautner-designed former home of Bob and Dolores Hope in Palm Springs. The collection was inspired in part by Robert Altman's "Women," and was reminiscent of "Xena: Warrior Princess" and "Game of Thrones."  [Los Angeles Times]

After the sunset show, guests including Kanye West, Michelle Williams and Marisa Tomei partied like it was high school all over again. [Los Angeles Times]

Tina Fey stripped down to her Spanx on the "Late Show" on Thursday night, telling host David Letterman, "I'm never gonna wear a fancy dress on a talk show again. It's very hard work. I don't know if you're aware of the contraptions under here — it's almost medical. And I'm terrible in heels ... This is my last time wearing a fancy dress on a talk show and conforming to gender norms."  [The Cut]

The National Mother's Day Committee on Thursday presented Outstanding Mother Awards to broadcaster Meredith Viera and to three women in the fashion industry: Joanna Coles, Cosmopolitan magazine editor in chief and Seventeen editorial director; Dee Ocleppo Hilfiger, creative director of Dee Ocleppo handbags; and Liz Rodbell, president of Hudson's Bay and Lord & Taylor. [WWD]

Online men's grooming retailer the Motley plans to expand into Asia. [WWD]

"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" plans to show a two-part special Sunday and Monday about patriarch Bruce Jenner's transition from male to female. A trailer features a tearful Kendall Jenner, upset when people say Bruce will disappear. [People]