London was abuzz this week with fashion events and exhibition openings, including the Armani sponsored Street Art exhibition by Richard Hambleton, where I finally met Carine Roitfeld. It was pretty awesome and definitely worth hitting if you are in London right up until December 3rd. This week also saw the launch of two Hermès pop up shops in London, but before I divulge, there have been loads of developments on the fashion celebrity front …
Fashion icon-in-the-making, Olivia Palermo is set to hit our TV screens once more, not in The City, but in a new show, “her own show” (you can tell she is getting big, as just today, she was featured on the cover of London’s prolific ES Magazine) full details to be announced, but make sure you stay tuned to Popbytes.com for the news, once it hits!
To celebrate the most anticipated non-fashion related launch of next week (obviously Lanvin for H&M is the fashion related one!), the release of Nicki Minaj‘s Pink Friday, Nicki (a la Gaga) has teamed up with MAC make-up to produce a top-secret shade of Barbie pink lipstick. You can only buy it on Fridays for the next four weeks, after which the limited-edition colour will only be found on eBay for a somewhat extortionate price.
To wrap things up in true FASHIONBYTES style, here is a rather over-sexualised short film from Dsquared2 titled, Gigolo – starring hottie Arthur Sales, model Nadege and the designer duo Dean and Dan Caten themselves.
November 19, 2010