Jeremy Scott for Moschino taps SpongeBob, Budweiser and Hershey’s

SpongeBob SquarePants is among the pop-culture icons referenced in Jeremy Scott's first collection for Moschino on the runway at Milan Fashion Week.
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Jeremy Scott showed his first collection for Moschino at Milan Fashion Week on Thursday, and he incorporated elements from SpongeBob SquarePants, Budweiser, Hershey’s, McDonald’s and other icons of pop culture (or consumerism). [The Cut]

Lena Dunham says she felt completely respected by the way Vogue handled her shoot for the February cover -- but she lost some respect for Jezebel for the way it reacted by trying to prove she’d been Photoshopped and not backing down when it turned out she wasn’t. [Grantland via The Cut]

The Council of Fashion Designers of America announced the roster of Americans it plans to showcase in Paris this season. They include Southern Californians Greg Chait of the Elder Statesman; George Esquivel, who has his own shoe business and is also the creative director of Tumi; and Juan Carlos Obando. Others are Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow of Public School, Ryan Lobo and Ramon Martin of Tome, Wes Gordon, Jennifer Fisher, Marc Alary, Richard Chai and Misha Nonoo. [CFDA]

Canadian retailer Joe Fresh is planning to offer e-commerce in the U.S. beginning this fall, and also will expand into 24 other countries. [WWD]


Designer Kimora Lee Simmons and investment banker Tim Leissner may have gotten married, Us Weekly reports. [Us]

Moby is slated to perform at Global Green’s pre-Oscar bash on Feb. 26, celebrating the organization’s 20th anniversary. [Society News LA]


George Esquivel counts star clients by the foot


Designer Greg Chait: Is he ready for his close-up?

It’s time to quit hating on those Sochi Olympic sweaters, America