Style Scoop: Giorgio Armani Will Close Out Milan Fashion Week, Kathy Griffin Probably Won’t Replace Joan Rivers, Anna Kendrick Gets Holiday Giddy With Kate Spade - Glam

Style Scoop: Giorgio Armani Will Close Out Milan Fashion Week, Kathy Griffin Probably Won’t Replace Joan Rivers, Anna Kendrick Gets Holiday Giddy With Kate Spade

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Giorgio Armani’s show will close out a full final day of Milan Fashion Week, which will take place from February 25 to March 2. Armani’s decision stems from frustration that important international press figures failed to attend his show because it was the only big name to show on the last day. Italian Fashion Chamber is scheduling six days of shows, instead of a five (which is what occurred in September). [Women’s Wear Daily]

Kathy Griffin confirmed that she was, in fact, offered to fill Joan Rivers’ spot on Fashion Police. Of course, she went on to say that she’s really not sure if she wants to take on that role. “I don’t know if the situation is correct at this time for me or right for me at this time [but] I really hope they continue in the spirit of Joan’s work,” she said. Well, on to the next one. [Access Hollywood]

Kate Spade New York launched a holiday campaign video called “The Waiting Game,” which stars Anna Kendrick. As the muse for the brand’s “The Year of Adventure” campaign, Kendrick turns up the girly-girl hilarity in this film. She’s locked out of her apartment with a ton of shopping bags, of course, and forced to entertain herself as she waits for help. A few selfies and several outfit changes later, she figures it out for herself. Watch it here. [Glam Inbox]

Condé Nast has finally settled the class-action lawsuit brought by thousands of former interns who said they were underpaid for work at the company’s magazines. This lawsuit resulted in the cancelling of its internship program in 2013. The publishing company agreed to pay $5.8 million as a settlement agreement; this covers about 7,500 interns at Condé Nast magazines like Vogue and Vanity Fair—which means that each intern will receive roughly $700 to $1,900. [Reuters]