Fashion News: New Web series helps figure out 'What to Wear, Where'
A handy new Web series, "What to Wear, Where," launched on Yahoo on Monday. The series is hosted by Hillary Kerr and Katherine Power, co-founders of the fashion website Who What Wear. The initial offering explained what to wear to a daytime, cocktail hour or formal wedding, then provided links to shop the looks.
Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron both wore diaphanous, black gowns to Monday's London premiere of "Snow White and the Huntsman" (due to open in theaters June 1). Stewart's was by Marchesa and Theron's by Chanel, but they were similar enough -- in that they were transparent -- to make one wonder if they were purposefully going for the same look. [The Cut]
Coty on Monday withdrew its $10.7-billion takeover bid for Avon. [WWD] (Subscription required]
Bond No. 9's latest fragrance is a celebration of gay marriage. It's called "I Love N.Y. For Marriage Equality," and is, of course, unisex. [Racked]
Ryan Lochte, a six-time Olympic-medal-winning swimmer, soccer player Hope Solo and tennis champ Serena Williams share the June cover of Vogue, in recognition of the impending Olympics. [The Cut]
Opening Ceremony is also focusing on the Olympics in the premiere issue in August of a new, collectible magazine it's publishing, OC Annual. [WWD]
Kim Kardashian went incognito for a fashion shoot in downtown L.A., wearing a short black wig that made her look a lot like her mom, Kris Jenner. [People]
Photos: Kristen Stewart, left, with Charlize Theron, right, and Chris Hemsworth pose at the premiere of "Snow White and the Huntsman" in London on Monday. Credit: Alastair Grant / AP Photo
First Lady Michelle Obama greets guests during a reception for military children and their families in honor of Mother's Day in the East Room at the White House last week. Credit: Saul Loeb/AFP/GettyImages