WWD reports that teen bloggerTavi is planning to write a book called ‘Diary’ about the state of being a teenager.
The proposal suggests a hodge-podge of material: the book will be one part make-your-own scrapbook, one part feminist manifesto for girls and one part celebrity memento collage, featuring art made by Miranda July or Rodarte’s Mulleavy sisters when they were young. It will also include plenty of less heady material: instructions on “how to make a friendship bracelet,” entries on “why crushes are so essentially teenage” and perhaps a page to design your own tote bag or “dream pizza.”
Phoebe Philo: I just feel it's really unnecessary. I think that the clothes say it all much better than I can'
What I love is this idea of a wardrobe,” says Phoebe Philo, “the idea that we’re establishing certain signatures and updating them, that a change in colour or fabric is enough. I do think that the world doesn’t need many more frivolous bits and bobs that end up left in cupboards or landfills.” Read the full interview with her here
It seems like hardly a minute since Billy Reid, Prabal Gurung, and Eddie Borgo were stepping up to the podium last November to claim their prizes from Karl Lagerfeld as winners of the 2010 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, but the search for the next three up-and-coming American designers to…