Andrew Wiggins top of the style heap at NBA draft

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, left, congratulates Andrew Wiggins of Kansas who was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers as the number one pick in the 2014 NBA draft.
(Jason DeCrow / AP)

Top pick Andrew Wiggins didn’t wear just any old thing to the NBA draft on Thursday. No, the 19-year-old called on fashion stylist Brandon Williams and tailor Waraire Boswell to get him ready for the big day in a shawl-collar, rose print jacket and satin pants. Accessories included smoking slippers, bowtie, a brooch in his lapel and an Audemars Piguet diamond watch on his wrist. “Always dress like you’re going somewhere better,” the soon-to-be Cleveland Cavalier told WWD as he dressed. [WWD]

Rick Owens, showing his men’s spring 2015 collection in Paris on Thursday, painted some of the models silver for the occasion. [The Cut]

Venerable clothier Brooks Brothers announced via news release on Friday that designer Zac Posen has been named creative director of women’s clothing and accessories.

As of this week, serial entrepreneur Kim Kardashian has a phone game, called Kim Kardashian Hollywood. In it, your avatar works in a clothing store, goes to photo shoots, attends swanky parties, all while networking or flirting, depending on the circumstances. [Vanity Fair]


Kardashian also pulled off a hair hoax this week. She posted a photo of herself with blonde hair on Instagram, and got 18,000 comments -- most negative, according to the Cut. Later she confessed it was a wig. [People]

Designer Erin Fetherston and Nordstrom are collaborating on a bridesmaid collection. [WWD]

Friday is Sunglasses Day. [Los Angeles Times]