Style Scoop: Lady Gaga’s Model Little Sister, Chris Benz Wants Your Hair Pink, John Galliano’s New Deal

By  December 14, 2012

Not only does the common citizen not have cake like Lady Gaga, we also lack in the little-sister-is-a-model category, too. Gaga’s mini-me, Natali Germanotta took a day off from fashion school at Parsons to model for online mag Viral Fashion. The backdrop? Her parents’ Italian restaurant, Joanna Trattoria. [The Cut]

Eccentric designer John Galliano has a brand new deal… licensing deal, that is. He just inked a three-year deal with Ittierre SpA — the manufacturer behind Tommy Hilfiger, Karl Lagerfeld Paris and Pierre Balmain. The company will be responsible for producing Galliano’s menswear, womenswear, and accessories line, starting for his Fall 2013 collections. [VOGUE UK]

Levi’s is the latest brand to step up to the eco-friendly plate, following GreenPeace’s startling revelation on toxic waste and by-products in the fashion industry. The brand pledges to speed up its detoxification timeline and provide greater transparency for consumers to know what’s going on with its supply chain by then end of next year. [WWD]

Three facts about Chris Benz: his Anthropologie collection stands on its own, he grew up in Seattle, and he recommends that all girls venture into a hair shade of pink (he used to be a brunette, ya know?). And that’s just the beginning! [ELLE]

High-end boutique Intermix is no longer just about curating the best fashion finds from other labels — it’s now looking to launch a line of its own. And according to WWD, Gap, Inc. is coming to Intermix’s mass retail rescue. [GlamChic]

If you’ve ever wanted to get your hands on a Richard Chai creation but were afraid of breaking the bank, get ready to place your bids. The New York-based designer partnered with EFFEN vodka to design a dress inspired by the liquor, and now, after Hilary Rhoda and AnnaLynne McCord have worn it, it can be yours. Bids start at $100 and proceeds from the sale of the dreamy grey stunner go toward the Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS charity. [GlamChic]