5 morning must-reads: On parenthood according to Kanye and why you should listen to Tom Ford. Now.
The latest in how to raise a child with a Kanye-sized superiority complex, West had this to say about his baby offspring: "’My daughter is in a position of a level of royalty like the prince and princess in London."
[Instyle UK] Former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts, who famously jumped ship to Apple last month, penned a post outlining the move, and why one has to keep moving and seize new and (hopefully greater) opportunities as they come, especially in business. In it she praises her former business "partner" Christopher Bailey, who succeeds in assuming the newly created role as chief creative and chief executive officer. As for her eight years as CEO of Burberry, Ahrendts hails that it has "without question been the most rewarding period of my professional life."
ELLE Canada beauty director Vanessa Craft officially declares the Word of Tom Ford a thing: in beauty (and almost everything else related to this fabulous man’s life), "if Tom Ford says wear something, you wear it." This time? It’s purple eye shadow. Get on board, friends.
[ELLECanada.com] The spread for Cara Delevingne’s new La Perla campaign, shot by photog duo Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, is out. The 21-year-old model gave a sneak peak of the dreamy, boudoir-inspired photos on her Instagram account last month, and the final shots are just as beautiful, only #nofilter.
[Grazia Daily] The controversial life-sized Louis Vuitton suitcase set up on Moscow’s Red Square is being taken down, after outraged Russian lawmakers and the general public argued that it blocked the iconic view of Saint Basil’s Cathedral. The pavilion – measuring 102 feet long and 30 feet high – was constructed to house “The Soul of Travel,” an exhibition of 30 iconic Louis Vuitton suitcases associated with Greta Garbo, Catherine Deneuve and other stars from from Dec. 2 to Jan. 19.