Hey everybody meet another new intern!
My name is Sabrina, and I am a prospective journalism student from Cologne, Germany. As from now, I’ll try to update you weekly about the latest fashion trends from overseas as you are maybe not that familiar with European vogue. All in all, I am sort of TFAS’s fashion correspondent from Europe. If there are certain topics about European styles, stars, etc. which you would like to be informed about, please contact Jai & I’ll see what I can do. Of course, I am going to serve you as effectively as possible.
We all know Mischa’s body-weight fluctuations. She literally goes through thick and thin, but she’s back on track with new shoots. After her timeout from business, she landed a job for Philipp Plein.
The German designer began his fashion career in 2004. With his street-fashion collection he set the stage for his first store in the high-end club P1 in Munich. With his Heavy Metal Collection in 2008, he outfitted Heidi Klum’s Germany’s Next Top Models in Barcelona &contracted; Naomi Campbell & Marcus Schenkenberg for a “Vogue” campaign.
For the most of us, his clothing is probably prohibitive. But this amazing collection & Mischa Barton are really worth a look.
Photos from FashionTimes.It, Sassi Sam Blog, Philipp Plein, and Style.it.
‘Project Runway’ Lawsuit Settled
by Stephanie D. Smith
Posted Wednesday April 01, 2009
“Project Runway” will finally make its move to Lifetime. NBC Universal, parent of Bravo, and The Weinstein Co. have settled their dispute over the reality program, which will allow its sixth season to air on Lifetime.
According to NBC, The Weinstein Co. will pay NBC Universal for the right to move “Project Runway” to Lifetime.
“All of the parties are pleased with the outcome,” NBC said. Harvey Weinstein, co-chairman of The Weinstein Co., said: “I want to personally congratulate Jeff Zucker and NBCU on their success in the litigation and thank Jeff for resolving this in a professional manner. We look forward to working together on our ongoing projects.”
For full coverage, see tomorrow’s WWD.
photo from bravotv.com