Katy Perry reveals who she plans to wear for Super Bowl show

Katy Perry reveals who she plans to wear for Super Bowl show
Katy Perry arrives for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards last year in a gown typical of her whimsical style. (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)

Fashion designer Jeremy Scott, dubbed "L.A.'s rabble rouser" by Los Angeles Times fashion critic Booth Moore, has been tappd to design the costumes Katy Perry will wear in her Super Bowl halftime show. Scott, Moschino's creative director, is known for his sense of whimsy and street style. He's one of Perry's favorite designers and a good creative match for her likewise whimsical sense of style. [Racked]

The Museum at FIT in New York plans to open a monthlong exhibit on March 3 devoted to the style of the late Lauren Bacall. The actress died in August at age 89. [WWD]

"New Girl's" Zooey Deschanel will be dressing to show off a baby bump. Her rep confirmed Tuesday that she's expecting her first child. [Los Angeles Times]

Actresses Kristen Stewart and Chloe Sevigny were among those who attended Stella McCartney's pre-fall presentation Monday night in New York. [The Cut]

As part of the show, the anti-fur McCartney showed a fake fur vest. WWD reports that she didn't want to promote the look of fur, but, "I thought, why not just do great fake fur so real fur isn't needed anymore?" [WWD]

Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas is one of Mulberry's new faces, and she appears in a promotional film for the label. [Telegraph]

Jeweler to the stars Harry Winston announced via news release on Tuesday that it is throwing a ton of support to amfAR, the organization for AIDS research, by -- among other things -- being the presenting sponsor for all 27 fundraising worldwide galas the organization has planned over the next three years.

A letter from fashion designer and Titanic survivor Lucy Duff-Gordon that was written about a month after the ship sank in 1912 is up for auction. [People]

Johnnie-O, the Los Angeles-based line of "West Coast prep" apparel for men, women and children, is in growth mode and has named David Gatto chief executive officer. Gatto most recently was CEO of mobile accessories brand Incase Designs. [WWD]