Big names in the fashion world turned out Monday for John Galliano's debut as haute couture director of Maison Martin Margiela in a runway show scheduled rather strangely at the end of London Men's Fashion Week. Faces in the crowd included American Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour; model Kate Moss; fashion designers Christopher Bailey of Burberry and Alber Elbaz of Lanvin and shoe designer Manolo Blahnik. It marked Galliano's return as a creative director, almost four years after he was fired by Christian Dior for making alcohol-fueled anti-Semitic remarks. [Telegraph]
Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso is stepping down as the label's CEO. She'll stay on as executive chairman while handing CEO duties to brand president Sheree Waterson. [Business Insider]
New Tiffany's ads include "nontraditional" couples, such as a same sex pair and a bridal couple with their young daughter. [Los Angeles Times]
Actress Lara Stone is the face of British accessories label Kurt Geiger, the company announced via news release on Monday.
DJ Chris Holmes reportedly is fighting back against the paparazzi, using clothes as the weapons of self-defense. Holmes has designed an Anti-Paparazzi Collection for BetaBrand made of fabric that deflects light from the camera flash, ruining the photo. [Racked]
Clutches were the handbags of choice at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards. [Los Angeles Times]