Cara Delevingne finds modeling so stressful that she erupted in psoriasis, she said in an interview with Logan Hill in the New York Times on Thursday. The work was “killing my soul,” said Delevingne, whose new film, “Paper Towns,” opens Friday. But more to the point, she also laid to rest a contention raised in a recent Vogue interview that her bisexuality might be a phase. “My sexuality is not a phase. I am who I am.”
Model Kendall Jenner and her younger sister Kylie star in Balmain’s new fall advertising campaign. “A celebration of the unique and unconditional love of siblings,” it’s called by Balmain’s creative director, Olivier Rousteing. Other siblings featured are Joan and Erika Smalls, Gigi and Bella Hadid, and Armando and Fernando Cabral.
C. Wonder lives. Xcel Brands announced via news release Friday that it has agreed to acquire the name and trademarks of the lifestyle label launched by former Tory Burch executive (and the eponymous designer’s ex-husband) Christopher Burch in 2011. C. Wonder couldn’t make a go of it and shut down the last of its 32 stores earlier this year.
Luxury group LVMH plans to launch a timepiece to rival the Apple Watch.
And Maxim magazine is planning a women’s swimwear line.
Like mother, like daughter. Vanessa Paradis has been a brand ambassador for Chanel since the early 1990s. Now her daughter by Johnny Depp, Lily-Rose Depp, 16, is the face of Chanel’s new Pearl eyewear collection, reports WWD.
MAC announced it plans to release a cosmetics collection late next year inspired by Latin music icon Selena Quintanila.
Minx Nails, whose nail wraps used to be available only to professional nail artists, is now selling directly to the public, the company announced via news release on Thursday. Designs are available on minxnails.com.