Fashion News Alert: Grace Coddington Gets a Talk Show, Amber Heard’s New Job, Rachel Roy Expands into Swimwear, and Prabal Gurung Launches Atelier Prabal Gurung

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Grace Coddington is getting her own fashion talk show? Huh, well, it might work!!The former creative director of American Vogue will host a late night fashion talk show on IMG’s streaming fashion channel Made 2 Measure (M2M). This six-part series will feature Coddington in conversation with fashion industry elites.

“It’s nerve-racking because I’ve never been on TV in this capacity,” explains Coddington in businessoffashion.com article. “ I’ve been interviewed, but not the one who is in control. But I’ve chosen people who are easy to talk to on purpose.”

“Face to Grace” will air in September, filmed at Mr. Chow’s restaurant on West 57th Street. Here’s hope for a graceful debut!!

Diane Kruger in Atelier Prabal Gurung at 2018 Met Gala
Credit: Andres Otero/WENN.com

Couture-like Prabal

On the heels of the 2018 Met Gala, Prabal Gurung announced the launch of his eight-piece capsule collection, Atelier Prabal Gurung. Gurung describes this capsule collection as, “a made-to-measure collection with a couture approach.”

“This has been building for a while,” Gurung explained in a vogue.com article. “We’ve always taken a couture approach to our [ready-to-wear] designs, and we make the majority of our collections in New York. I have a big private-client business, too, so we’ve been making custom, made-to-measure gowns for them.”

Each garment from the capsule collection made its debut at the 2018 Met Gala. Celebrities that donned Atelier Prabal Gurung gowns include Diane Kruger, Gabrielle Union, Eliza Gonzalez, Deepika Padukone, Ming Xi, Hailee Steinfeld, and top models Ashley Graham and Hikari Mori. “It’s no longer just about the designs, it’s about who’s wearing it, why, and what she’s representing, Gurung explained.

Atelier Prabal Gurung is now sold at Bergdorf Goodman and Moda Operandi from May 14 through May 29. Prices range from $11,995 to $37,995.

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Amber keeps it moving

Amber Heard has let no grass grow under her feet since her divorce from Johnny Depp. Heard was recently named a brand ambassador for L’Oréal Paris. Her ambassadorship was revealed during the Cannes Film Festival.

“To become a spokesperson for this dynamic, world-loved beauty brand that’s been telling women we’re worth it since before I was born, and to join the L’Oréal Paris family of changemakers is such an honor,” said Heard in a statement. “I feel like these women—my fellow ambassadors—represent a voice, a power, a movement, an opinion,” said Heard in a recent fashionnetwork.com article.

To promote her new job, Amber has already starred in two makeup tutorials published on L’Oréal Paris Instagram page, featuring 1940s–inspired Hollywood glam beauty and modern red-carpet looks. Other current L’Oréal Paris ambassadors include Eva Longoria, Julianne Moore, and Dame Helen Mirren.

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Rachel Roy is back

Swimsuits For All is working hard to expand its consumer base. Ashley Graham is collaborating with brand and now you can add Rachel Roy to the list.

We haven’t heard much from Rachel Roy since her legal issues with Jones New York and the shakeup down with Solange Knowles at the Met Gala a few years back. That said; Rachel Roy has moved on, collaborating on an exclusive four-piece capsule with the size-inclusive brand.

“I’ve always believed in championing issues for women that most do not focus on or even want to talk about,” said Roy in a release. “I am thrilled to see change come in many of those areas, especially one that is close to my heart—all sizes for all women!”

The swim capsule includes the Rainbow Plunge, a deep plunge one-piece that can double as a bodysuit, as well as the Cherry Twist, a cut out one-piece in red and black, and the Delilah maillot one-piece. Size will range from a size 4 to a size 18.

The Rachel Roy x Swimsuits for All is priced at $108 per swimsuit. The capsule collection is now available online through Swimsuits for All’s e-commerce site.

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