Kim Kardashian, Kanye West at Givenchy’s Paris Fashion Week show

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West share smiles at Givenchy's Fall/Winter 2013 ready-to-wear show during Paris Fashion Week on Sunday.
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Kim Kardashian, dressed in black, and Kanye West, dressed in white, looked very yin/yang as they sat in the front row at Givenchy’s Paris Fashion Week runway show on Sunday. Others in the crowd included Nicole Richie, Jessica Chastain and Amanda Seyfried. [Styleite]

Tilda Swinton, Clemence Poesy and Jane Birkin attended Acne’s first-ever Paris women’s runway show on Saturday. [WWD]

Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic Booth Moore made the rounds of the shows all weekend, too. Read her coverage here.


Gucci’s creative director, Frida Giannini, and chief executive, Patrizio di Marco, welcomed a new baby daughter, Greta, on Saturday. [WWD]

Gap announced via a news release that it is launching two limited-edition T-shirts in honor of Jimi Hendrix’s 70th birthday. The tees incorporate artwork from the new “People, Hell and Angels” album, made up of recordings from 1969, the year Gap was founded. The tees, for men and women, are priced at $29.95 and will be available in the United States on Tuesday at and on March 15 in stores.

Former supermodel Carol Alt is slated to host a lifestyle talk show on Fox beginning this summer. [The Cut]

Jeffrey Lubbell’s contract as top executive at True Religion Apparel will not be renewed before it expires in June because the company is seeking a buyer and it wouldn’t be appropriate to lock in a lengthy contract, according to a company filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. [WWD]

Conde Nast International has taken a $20-million stake in e-commerce site, an online marketplace for independent fashion boutiques. Farfetch also signed two new highly-regarded boutiques, Fivestory in NYC and A’maree’s in Newport Beach. [WWD] (Subscription required.)


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