Abercrombie angers Taylor Swift fans, Rachel Zoe pregnant and more fashion news
It's Friday afternoon, which means it's time for a round-up of the biggest fashion news stories from the tail end of the week...
Couturier Jean-Louis Scherrer died this week, aged 78. The designer, who worked at Dior alongside Yves Saint Laurent, launched his own label in the 1960s when he dressed the likes of Jackie Kennedy and Sophia Lauren. [The Telegraph]
Not content with alienating anyone over a size 12, Abercrombie & Fitch has now suffered the wrath of Taylor Swift fans by releasing a t-shirt that bears the slogan # more boyfriends than t.s. They quickly pulled the tee when they realised quite how vocal those swifties can get when it comes to their idol's personal life. A&F tweeted that they "<3 Taylor's music and think she's awesome!" I don't know about you (*cough*) but I think it's time to bring those topless boys out of retirement for a new video. 22, maybe? [Fashionista]
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's daughter's name has been revealed. World, prepare to meet North. North West. Ma and pa are clearly big fans of late 50s noir films starring Cary Grant. Apparently they'll be calling her 'Nori' for short. They're obviously sushi fans, too. [The Cut]
Speaking of fashion babies, Skyler Berman's going to have to share the spotlight soon enough - stylist to the stars Rachel Zoe and hubby Rodger are expecting their second child. [Popsugar]
Buzzfeed has summed up the London Collections Menswear shows in typical gif-heavy style. Beware, Bojo! But also, Dan Stevens. And Nathan Stewart-Jarrett. And flamingos. [Buzzfeed]
Emma Watson will cover the August issue of Teen Vogue. It'll be her fourth cover for the mag (though she did share it with Daniel Radcliffe one time (above)), and she's tweeted about the fact she won't be the right age for the teen mag much longer...but that won't stop her trying! [Coco's Tea Party]