Katie Holmes in new campaign for Bobbi Brown


If anything, Katie Holmes is busier than ever since her split with Tom Cruise. She just signed up to be the first celebrity face of Bobbi Brown cosmetics, and she will also collaborate on a capsule collection for the brand. [WWD]

The U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Christian Louboutin -- and against YSL -- on Wednesday, saying the shoemaker can keep others from copying the signature Louboutin lacquered red soles. [Los Angeles Times]

There were a few shows Wednesday, but New York Fashion Week officially kicks off Thursday, highlighting designers’ ready-to-wear collections for spring-summer 2013. Los Angeles Times fashion critic Booth Moore and reporter Adam Tschorn are there and will bring you continuing reports about the goings-on on our All the Rage blog.


Thursday is the fourth annual Fashion’s Night Out, filled with a roster of shopping-related merriment from coast to coast. You can find a complete rundown on the FNO website. [Los Angeles Times]

Bravo confirmed there will be a fifth season of “The Rachel Zoe Project.” [The Cut]

Florence and the Machine was announced as the main entertainment for LACMA’s Art + Film Gala this fall. [Society News LA]

“Girl Model,” a new documentary by Ashley Sabin and David Redmon that follows aspiring young models from Siberia to jobs in Tokyo, is a fascinating but depressing look at the overseas modeling industry. [The Cut]


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