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FASHIONABLE NEWS OF THE WEEK: Nicolas Ghesquière leaves Balenciaga, Marion Cotillard walks down the red carpet barefoot and Zac Posen counter bitch slaps Jennifer Eymere

Not so much breaking news as the most talked about event of the week, Nicolas Ghesquière announced earlier this week his retirement as the creative director for Balenciaga.

Apparently the overly-oggled-over fashion designer had been having some rough tension with PPR the house that owns the brand, and even though he had been in the house since 1997 it was a “joint decision”.

BErnard Arnault from LVMH said he shows his full support to Ghesquière which promises a house all for Nicolas himself.

What will happen no one can predict but oh-em-gee I can’t wait to find out.

It’s no secret that Marion Cotillard is the face of Dior, which is why she is always wearing it to events and red carpets, but this time her shoes were apparently so uncomfortable that she took them off mid red carpet!

She eventually put them back on, but wow I don’t even know what to say.

This one was a major scandal at the last NYFW, when an editor of Jalouse slapped the Zac Posen PR girl because she didn’t have a seat for the show.

People reported she would be suing but no one really confirmed anything, until now. Lynn Tesoro, Zac Posen’s PR sued Jennifer Eymere for 1 million dollars over alleging battery, libel, assault, and slander. 

Don’t you just love fashion drama?

In case you didn’t know, I am also the editor in Colombia for the Chilean based fashion news website, Viste La Calle. And I couldn’t be more proud of working here, after earlier this week the Santiago de Chile Chamber of Comerce appointed us as a World Class Leader Eneterprise. I am truly honored.

Met Gala 2012 Impossible Conversations: Best Dressed 2


Surprisingly, I wasn’t a big fan of Karlie Kloss’ Jason Wu dress. Anyways here are some more of the Best Dressed last night at the Met Gala.

Olivier Theyskens with Caroline Trentini in his design.

Jessica Stam in Dior.
CAN I PLEASE DIE!!!??? Flawless.


China Chow in Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture.


The Clarins girls: Claire, Prisca, Jenna and Virginie fabulous as always, all in Mugler.

Stella Tennant in Chanel.

Beyonce in Givenchy Haute Couture.
Her big booty matches the dress.

Bianca Brandolini d’Adda.


Lana Del Rey in Joseph Altuzarra.


Christina Ricci in Thakoon.

Gisele Bundchen in Givenchy Haute Couture.

Scarlett Johansson in Dolce & Gabanna.


Florence Welch in Alexander McQueen.


Dakota Fanning in Louis Vuitton.

Stay tuned for more Best Dressed all day today!

all photos from style.com


Today, The New York Times reported that on Wednesday, the brand will officially announce Raf Simons as the new artistic director that will be replacing Galliano at the major fashion house.

Simons said in an interview “The first time I heard about the Dior position, I thought ‘This feels right.’ “.

What I can’t help but wonder is, how  is the minimalistic aesthetic that he showed over at Jil Sander, going to merge with all the Dior extravaganza. I guess we will have to wait until July’s Haute Couture shows to see his debut collection.

You can read the complete NY Times article here.


Take a look at this sneak peek from Dior's Spring campaign featuring the gorgeous actress and shot by Mikael Jansson. The full campaign will hit The New York Times on January 29. Can’t wait!

Christian Dior Make-up Games

I am not much of a gamer, but if all video games where like this I would play all day long!

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Miss Dior Handbags Fall 2011 Campaign featuring Marion Cotillard shot by Mikael Jansson.

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