Style Scoop: Fendi Campaign Stars Lindsey Wixson and Binx Walton, Anna Ewers Lands Another, Christina Milian Offers Business-Savvy Advice


Models Lindsey Wixson and Binx Walton posed for creative director Karl Lagerfeld for the spring 2015 Fendi campaign. The pair was photographed poolside in a luxe penthouse while swathed in candy-colored, fur-embellished jackets, ladylike cocktail dresses, and we’d-do-anything-for-those shoes. [Fashion Gone Rogue]


Spanish retailer Mango unveiled its spring 2015 campaign, which stars German model Anna Ewers, who currently serves as the face of Alexander Wang, Moschino, and Marc Jacobs. The '70s-inspired campaign was shot by Josh Olins in New York City. [Glam Inbox]

Bet you didn’t know Christina Milian was this business-savvy. In a sit-down with Jesse Draper on The Valley Girl Show, Milian advises women not to “be scared to invest your own money…It’s very powerful to actually take your own money, whether it’s a small amount, or you go to a bank or you get other people to get involved, it’ll fuel your passion, it’ll fuel your drive for what you’re doing far more than waiting for something to happen.” Watch the full interview here. [Glam Inbox]

Tory Burch’s ballerina flat business has turned into one worth $3.5 billion. The fashion company remains private, but the $1.25 billion increase in value over two years suggests that the company might be ready for the big time. However, Co-chief executive officers Burch and Roger Farah believe in being a private company. “Being private is very attractive to me…I think this company has the ability to look long-term in how they build the brand globally and how they make decisions…As a private company, really rallying around Tory’s vision, there’s a lot we can accomplish.” [Women’s Wear Daily]

Vogue Magazine nabbed the award for magazine of the year at The National Magazine Awards, which were held Monday night at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square. New York Magazine and The New Yorker each walked away with three Ellies, while photojournalist James Nachtwey was honored for creative excellence. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Viktor & Rolf are done with ready-to-wear after the fall-winter 2015 season choosing instead to concentrate on couture, fragrances and licensed businesses. The designers “feel a strong need to refocus on our artistic roots,” Viktor Horsting explained. “We have always used fashion to communicate, it is our primary means of artistic expression [but ready-to-wear] started to feel creatively restricting. By letting go of it, we gain more time and freedom.” [Women’s Wear Daily]