Fashion News: Meet Liberty Ross, ‘other woman’ in Kristen Stewart affair
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The celebrity couple scandal du jour involves not a love triangle but a love square, I guess. Kristen Stewart apologized to Robert Pattinson for cheating on him with Rupert Sanders, her director on ‘Snow White and the Huntsman, ' and Sanders apologized for cheating on his wife, Liberty Ross. She is a successful fashion model and sometime actress, who isn’t as well known as the other three, but Google searches for her name spiked to five times their normal rate. [The Cut]
‘Glee’s’ Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele, Darren Criss and Heather Morris were among the actors mixing with pro surfers at Billabong’s annual Design for Humanity block party, music festival and swimwear fashion show Wednesday in Hollywood. [Society News LA]
Naomi Campbell’s reality show ‘The Face’ will also feature models Coco Rocha and Karolina Kurkova as coaches for teams of aspiring models. The show is slated to debut on Oxygen in 2013, and for those who may have missed our earlier report, there is a casting call in Los Angeles on Saturday. [The Cut]
Photographer and filmmaker Timothy Greenfield-Sanders’ documentary ‘About Face: The Supermodels, Then and Now” is scheduled to air on HBO on Monday night. Isabella Rosselini, Jerry Hall and Marisa Berenson are among the models who talk about their looks and lives, then and now. “Working off your looks makes you pretty much the opposite of self-confident,” Paulina Porizkova says. Carmen Dell’Orefice compares plastic surgery to upkeep on a home: “If you had the ceiling falling down in your living room, would you not go and have a repair?” [New York Times]
Lauren Conrad has signed on to host the second annual ‘Designs for the Cure’ gala event with the Susan G. Komen breast cancer foundation in Los Angeles, event organizers announced in a news release. The gala is scheduled for Oct. 13. Last year’s event raised more than $100,000 for the cause.
Southern California denim company Lucky Brand struck a licensing deal with the Parigi Group to manufacture and market Lucky Kid, which should hit department stores beginning in January. [WWD] (Subscription required.)