Fashion Friday: James Franco’s Fashion Foray and Other Style Scoop

Feifei Sun rounds up the brilliant and bizarre from this week in fashion.

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Beyoncé’s Wedding Dress Revealed. More than three years after her hush-hush wedding to rapper Jay-Z, Beyoncé’s wedding gown can finally be seen on a new video for her song, “I Was Here.” Designed by her mother, Tina, the strapless dress is simple on top but has a huge, detailed train. [MTV]

Marc’s Stolen Samples. Marc Jacobs had to cancel his London press day—where editors can review designers’ collections—after his entire collection was stolen on their way from Paris. It’s hard to imagine what the thieves will do with the clothes, though, given the fact that selling them online or wearing them would implicate them in the crime. [NewsFeed]

A(nother) Franco Collaboration. The actor will shoot Seven For All Mankind’s next campaign because the denim company thinks he “encapsulates that idea of freedom of expression and being modern in California.” So please add photographer to the list of titles on Franco’s resume, which also includes actor, artist, director, Oscar host, etc. etc. etc. [refinery29]

Charitable Coco. Supermodel Coco Rocha raised $35,000 in one minute’s time for the Coalition for the Homeless this week. Rocha offered to show off her dance moves if audience members agreed to donate more money, and unsurprisingly, the crowd took her up on her offer. [Page Six]

Mellon Moves On. The woman who turned Jimmy Choo into a household name has left the shoe company, with plans to start her own lifestyle brand. Jimmy Choo was acquired by Labelux earlier this year. [Vogue UK]

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