Nikki Reed celebrated her birthday in Las Vegas wearing a body-hugging black dress by Kova & T. She kept her celebratory style simple with black patent pumps and loose locks. We added a cropped leather jacket and multi-stone necklace for extra flare. Get her exact dress with other complementary items here.
>> Chloe's Pre-Fall 2011 offering was overflowing with chic layered looks. The collection may be months away from hitting stores, but we can't help getting a jump start on Hannah MacGibbon's smooth styling techniques. Evoke the same layered '70s chic vibe with picks from J Brand, Gap, Kova & T, and of course, Chloe, right now.
Left to right: Chloe Pre-Fall 2011 look, Chloe Billie Bag ($1,560), Kova & T Chambray Shirt ($68, originally $225), Gap Deep V-Neck Sweater ($40, originally $50), Chloe Leather Boots ($425, originally $850), J Brand Trouser Jeans ($180)
Ashlee Simpson was photographed on her way to dinner at Nobu 57 in NYC looking stunning in all black. The new mom showed off her legs in a ruffled miniskirt and high heels, which she paired with a fitted black tank and chic, cropped leather jacket. She accessorized simply with a box clutch and silver bracelet. Shop it all now!
>> POP has a new editor-in-chief to replace Katie Grand — as rumored, it's 27-year-old Dasha Zhukova, who has no previous editorial experience but is well-known in the fashion and art worlds as designer of Kova & T and founder of Moscow's largest exhibition venue, the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture.
Ashley Heath, who originally conceived and co-launched POP with Katie Grand in 1999-2000, will serve as editorial director, helping Dasha with the reinvention of the magazine, the launch of a new website, a new London office — Katie Grand complained about the old POP offices regularly — as well as fostering an installation space in Berlin and a partnership with The Saatchi Gallery in London.
The magazine — first issue launches Sept. 1 — appears set to be more focused on art in addition to fashion than it was under Katie Grand's direction — according to Zhukova's statement: "We are working hard on a complete revamp of the magazine in order to provide a broader point of view focusing also on art, contemporary culture and the globalisation of all things pop-related."
Apparently "names of old-school editors, creative directors, and even pop stars and fashion designers were thrown around" before Dasha was settled upon, but now the focus is on recruiting a freelance team, which Ashley and Dasha interviewed together. No word on whether Dasha's best friend Olympia Scarry will serve as creative director as rumored, but an editorial board is already in place to provide guidance and inspiration, including Daphne Guinness; art director Julia Restoin-Roitfeld; artist and film director Sam Taylor-Wood; design critic Alice Rawsthorn; artist and art director Peter Saville; Rebecca Wilson, head of development at Saatchi Gallery; and David Davies, managing director of POP.