California Chrome wins Kentucky Derby but Johnny Weir wins for hats

Johnny Weir wears a flying Pegasus hat as he and his co-commentator Tara Lipinski display bottles of Champagne at the Kentucky Derby.
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California Chrome won the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, but at an event known for its hats as well as its horses, the chapeau worn by NBC commentator Johnny Weir should have taken a prize too. The feather concoction featured a golden-winged Pegasus flying over Weir’s forehead. [The Cut]

Target Chief Executive Officer Gregg Steinhafel resigned Monday as part of the continuing fallout from last year’s big consumer data security breach. [Forbes]

Bad news, fashion addicts. There will be no live-stream from this years Met Ball on Monday. [Racked]

Britain’s Princes William and Harry along with their cousins Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice of York partied in Memphis, Tenn., over the weekend as they attended the wedding of friends at the Memphis Hunt and Polo Club. [People]


J. Crew is scouting locations for a lower-priced store concept to be called J. Crew Mercantile. [Racked]

Men’s Wearhouse is planning a higher-priced collection from Joseph Abboud. [WWD]