Roxy celebrates at Miami Swim Week kickoff party

Model Chrissy Teigen, left, DJ Chelsea Leyland and model Hannah Davis at a Miami Swim Week kickoff party.
Model Chrissy Teigen, left, DJ Chelsea Leyland and model Hannah Davis attend a Miami Swim Week kickoff party Thursday at the Raleigh Hotel in Miami Beach, Fla.
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Roxy celebrated its 25th anniversary at the official party kicking off Miami Swim Week on Thursday night by introducing the Roxy Pop Surf collection. Models Chrissy Teigen and Hannah Davis were on hand, along with DJ Chelsea Leyland. [Miami Herald]

Rihanna’s lawsuit against Topshop parent Arcadia Group Brands Ltd. over T-shirts the retailer sold bearing her image is the subject of a court hearing Friday in London. The shirts were sold as the “Rihanna tank.” [Associated Press]

Rihanna’s hair color du jour is a shocker -- she went gray. We don’t think it’s connected to the lawsuit. [Los Angeles Times]

Kate Moss is collaborating on a range of smartphone accessories for British mass mobile retailer Carphone Warehouse and she introduced the first of the products at a lunch at the Ivy in London on Thursday. [Telegraph]


Get ready for some hefty fashion magazines in September, traditionally the biggest of the year. The number of advertising pages in this year’s September magazines is up overall, WWD reports. Vogue expected to be the thickest, with 665 advertising pages. [WWD]

Men’s Wearhouse hired designer Joseph Abboud as chief creative director seven months ago. Now the company is buying Abboud’s namesake former label from its current owner for a reported $97.5 million. [Boston Globe]

The Miami mansion where designer Gianni Versace was murdered in 1997 is set to go up for sale at a bankruptcy auction Sept. 17. The opening bid is set at $25 million and the event is scheduled to take place at the mansion. [Styleite]



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