Your Morning Fashion & Beauty Report: Marchesa meets Playboy, Timberlake takes Indy 500, and royal couple to grace July's VF cover
Have you ever wondered what the iconic Playboy bunny outfit would look with a Marchesa makeover? Wonder no more -- the fashion label created a one-off version of the uniform that'll be auctioned off to raise funds for breast cancer awareness. [Telegraph U.K.]
Looks like Justin Timberlake's on quite a winning streak, following up possibly his funniest "Saturday Night Live" stint ever for last week's season finale, the race car sponsored by the William Rast clothing line (co-founded by Timberlake and childhood friend Trace Ayala) won the Indy 500 car race yesterday. [US Weekly]
If it's good enough for royalty it should be good enough for Kate Moss, no? It's being reported that fashion photographer Mario Testino, who shot Prince William and Kate Middleton's official engagement photos at Buckingham Palace, has been tapped to shoot the nuptials of supermodel Kate Moss when she ties the knot with Jamie Hince on July 2nd. [Catwalk Queen]
Speaking of Testino, according to the New York Post, one of his as-of-yet unseen shots of the recently wed royals will appear on the cover of July's issue of Vanity Fair magazine, 14 years after Princess Diana appeared on the cover. [NY Post]
-- Adam Tschorn
Photo: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in their official engagement photo. They will reportedly grace the cover of July's Vanity Fair magazine, according to the New York Post. Credit: Mario Testino.