Fashion Friday: Designers for Obama, Crocs Sell Big and Other Style Scoop

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

  • Share
  • Read Later
Obama for America

Marc Jacobs' T-shirt, designed for the Obama campaign.

Fashion Loves POTUS. The style community is rallying behind Barack Obama with Runway to Win, a new project in which designers have created re-election themed clothing and accessories to be sold for the president’s 2012 campaign. Tory Burch, Marc Jacobs and Derek Lam have already unveiled their designs, and the full set will launch on Feb. 7. [Barack Obama]

Bella for Balenciaga. Kristen Stewart is having no problems getting gigs post-Twilight. The actress has been tapped to be the face of Balenciaga’s new fragrance campaign, and we’re sure the clothes for her photo shoot will be a big upgrade from the Twilight wardrobe closet. Elsewhere, Jane Eyre actress Mia Wasikowska will star in Miu Miu’s new campaign. [NY Daily News/Fashionista]

Make Fun of Crocs All You Want… but by February, the company will have made $1 billion in ten years. [WWD]

Photographers Love Pippa. The Daily Mail’s photo editor says he sees nearly 400 images of the younger Middleton sister each day and that around eight or nine photographers regularly camp outside her home. [HuffPo]

A Line PETA Can Get Behind. PETA and the fashion industry don’t have the best relationship. In fact, the animals rights group is famous for protesting Fashion Weeks and celebrities in fur. But it recently collaborated with NCLA for a toxin-free polish that features the PETA bunny logo, available for sale on Jan. 20. [refinery29]

0 comments
Sort: Newest | Oldest