It’s either a slow news day or Kate Middleton just owns everything, either way Indie Newsroom is brought to you by the Duchess’ wardrobe and her standing (or kneeling) with the Queen as well as the Lohan Comeback train getting — unsurprisingly — derailed.
- Business card. Of. The. Summer! You may have just met him…and this could be crazy. But here’s his biz card — call this guy maybe? [Paper]
- The Great Gatsby trailer has finally premiered and one thing is obvious: the costumes are great and gasp-y. Trailer after the jump! [Huff Po]
Now this is how you stage a goddamn protest. On Monday, well-appointed gentlemen and gentlewomen occupied No. 3 Savile Row where noted purveyor of overpriced trash Abercrombie & Fitch is planning on opening a children’s store. With tongue firmly in cheek and mustaches impeccably-trimmed, the protesters brandished signs reading “Give Three-Piece a Chance.”
The inaugural London Collections: Men schedule has been set and it’s going to be a gentlemanly affair with Prince Charles, Tom Ford, Tommy Hilfiger and a bevy of bespoked bros participating.
The world’s been caught up in Duchess of Cambridge fever long enough and it’s time to shine the spotlight on Britain’s original trendestting royal, Princess Diana. Five of Di’s most iconic dresses are going on display March 26 at London’s Kensington Palace.
Tina Brown, author of The Diana Chronicles and Newsweek‘s editor-in-chief, takes her expertise on the late Princess of Wales and paints a portrait of her life today in celebration of Di’s 50th birthday this Friday. And it’s creepy.