Rita Ora’s risqué Versace number, Dior’s first collection post-Raf and more of today’s news.
Rita Ora's Insane Versace Dress
Making a front-row appearance at the Atelier Versace Spring 2016 show in Paris yesterday, Rita Ora stood out in a risqué number inspired by the couture collection. Never one to fade into the background, the singer and actress rocked a barely there orange cutout mini with coordinating sandals and won our vote for most likely to wear couture on the red carpet this awards season.
Kendall Jenner Has Moves
The Kardashian-Jenner clan knows a thing or two about going viral, and Kendall J. is killing it in first place. In a charismatic video post to Instagram last night, the mega-model proved she can really feel a beat, showcasing some serious dance moves in a quirky headband and pigtails. Captioning the post with an unassuming "what?" we figure she doesn't have Kris Jenner calling up Dancing With The Stars just yet. We can dream. [The Cut]
Dior's Post-Raf Debut
It was a show not to be missed today in Paris, as Dior presented its first couture collection since the departure of Artistic Director Raf Simons. Led by Swiss designers Serge Ruffieux and Lucie Meier, the Spring 2016 Couture collection was somewhat of a femme fatale affair with off-the-shoulder silhouettes, sharp tailoring and embellishments aplenty. Of-the-moment models Binx Walton, Lineisy Montero, Molly Bair and the like worked the runway to a stellar front row that included Olivia Palermo, Elena Perminova and Anna Dello Russo. It's still TBD whether the team will continue to lead the French fashion house—rumors swirl that Alexander McQueen Creative Director Sarah Burton will land the top spot, along with whispers of Alber Elbaz, Phoebe Philo and Olivier Theyskens. [Vogue UK]
Kanye Releases "Swish" Track List
Kanye just finished recording the self-proclaimed "best album of all time," posting a (nearly indecipherable) handwritten track list of his upcoming Swish on Twitter last night. Yeezy revealed 10 songs, including "Wolves," "Fade" and "No More Parties in LA," which have already been released. Little sis-in-law Kylie Jenner wanted everyone to know she was there too, you know, for good measure. [Tech Insider]
Balmain Is Launching Kids
The #BalmainArmy is recruiting them young, announcing via Twitter this morning that it plans to release a children's collection in June. The brand shared a too-cute photo of four hipster tots in beautifully cut blazers, skinny pants and boots. Creative Director Olivier Rousteing will oversee production of the collection in house. But don't be fooled into thinking a small-fry line will be priced accordingly—the 55-piece run for boys and girls will range from $200 for a tank top to $5,000-plus for an embroidered dress. Oh là là! [Fashionista]