Sad news for show poodles in London: Mulberry opts out of London Fashion Week in February. Photo courtesy of ImaxTree.com.
As its search for a new creative director continues, Mulberry has announced it will opt out of the London Fashion Week schedule in February. No word yet on whether LFW will invoke a bring-your-own-poodle mandate for the fashion set to compensate for the lack of furry friends on the runway next season. [Vogue]
Looks like Jon Bon Jovi is seeking to set a more permanent stake in Toronto, as the rock star, along with Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment president CEO Tim Leiweke, bids to bring the NFL’s Buffalo Bills north. Should the deal go through, the only logical follow-up question emerges: will he give us an interview now? [Toronto Star]
Everything you need to know about being the perfect holiday hostess, from a mixing up festive cocktails and a holly-jolly playlist, to enabling those mistletoe seekers. [ELLECanada.com]
Everyone and her mom (no, actually) were on hand to cheer on Rihanna as she accepted her Icon Award at last night’s American Music Awards. The Diamonds singer shone bright in a fitted tuxedo-style Jean Paul Gaultier couture gown. [Daily Mail]
Giorgio Armani has joined the Italian Chamber of Fashion, a decision that he hopes will bring other Italian designer labels back to Italy, and prove once and for that Italian men should never leave home in the first place. [WWD]