Justin Bieber headlines Calvin Klein's Hong Kong concert

Justin Bieber headlines Calvin Klein's Hong Kong concert
Justin Bieber performs at the Calvin Klein Jeans music event in Hong Kong. (Victor Fraile / Getty Images for Calvin Klein)

Justin Bieber was the headliner at a concert hosted by Calvin Klein in Hong Kong on Thursday night. He was joined by model Kendall Jenner, who, like Bieber, is a face of the brand. Pop star Jay Park was among other performers. [WWD]

Caitlyn Jenner is so happy with the facial plastic surgery that helped her transition from Bruce Jenner that she gave an autographed copy of her Vanity Fair "debut" cover to her surgeon, Dr. Harrison Lee. [USA Today]

An exhibit of footwear, including around 200 pairs of shoes representing 20 countries and 2,000 years, is set to open Saturday at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. It's aptly titled "Shoes: Pleasure and Pain." According to the museum's website, the exhibit ranges "from a sandal decorated in pure gold leaf originating from ancient Egypt to the most elaborate designs by contemporary makers. It will consider the cultural significance and transformative capacity of shoes and will examine the latest developments in footwear technology creating the possibility of ever higher heels and dramatic shapes." The exhibit is scheduled to be open through the end of January.

Actor Idris Elba launched a 250-piece menswear collection with Superdry in London. [WWD]

Brooklyn Beckham, the 16-year-old son of fashion designer Victoria Beckham and soccer great David Beckham, has landed his second magazine cover. He's on the latest issue of British magazine Rollacoaster, wearing Ralph Lauren and shot by James White. [E! Online]