### NFL Grants License to Designer Connected to Taylor Swift and Kansas City Chiefs
Kristin Juszczyk, the wife of San Francisco 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk, has signed a deal with the NFL to use its logos on the puffer jackets she designs. This agreement, previously reported by Sportico, comes after Taylor Swift was seen wearing one of Ms. Juszczyk’s jackets to a Kansas City Chiefs game last month. The jacket featured the number 87, worn by Swift’s boyfriend, Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce. Brittany Mahomes, wife of Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes, has also been seen wearing one of Ms. Juszczyk’s jackets. With San Francisco and Kansas City set to face off in Super Bowl LVIII, it is likely that Ms. Juszczyk, Ms. Mahomes, and Ms. Swift will be cheering from the sidelines, leaving fans wondering what they will be wearing.
### Moschino Appoints New Creative Director Following Tragic Death
Moschino, the Milanese fashion house, has appointed Adrian Appiolaza as its new creative director. This comes after the sudden death of Davide Renne, the previous creative director, just nine days into his new role. Mr. Appiolaza, who has previously worked for Loewe and Chloé, was born in Buenos Aires and has a distinctive style reminiscent of his predecessors at Moschino. His first collection for the fashion house will be showcased on February 22 during Milan Fashion Week.
### Sofia Vergara Channels Female Mob Boss Style in New Netflix Series
Sofia Vergara attempts to channel the style of a female mob boss in the new Netflix miniseries, “Griselda.” Playing the role of Griselda Blanco, the leader of a Miami cartel, Vergara’s flashy costumes not only reflect the current mob wife aesthetic but also exude gangster power. As Griselda rises in the underworld, her wardrobe includes slinky charmeuse, spangles, and occasional pieces by renowned designers such as Halston, Thierry Mugler, and Diane von Furstenberg. The costumes, created by Sarah Evelyn and Safowa Bright Bitzelberger, intentionally highlight Griselda’s curves, portraying a powerful and subversive message.
### Pat McGrath’s Makeup Wizardry Mesmerizes at Maison Margiela Show
Pat McGrath’s makeup artistry at John Galliano’s Maison Margiela Artisanal show during couture week in Paris continues to generate buzz. McGrath transformed the models into porcelain dolls, giving their faces an eerie latex-like sheen. While the exact technique remains a mystery, many, including Bratz dolls, have attempted to imitate the look. In an Instagram post, the Bratz dolls unveiled a new appearance inspired by McGrath’s otherworldly makeup. The ethereal and doll-like aesthetic has captivated many, leading them to desire their own Bratz doll with a similar appearance.
### The RealReal Joins Manhattan Vintage Show
The RealReal, an online seller of used luxury goods, has become a partner and vendor at the Manhattan Vintage Show. This event, which showcases vintage fashion, has recently undergone new ownership and aims to attract a wider audience, including students, designers, and shoppers of all backgrounds. Amy Abrams and Ronen Glimer, the new owners, believe that Y2K fashion will appeal to some attendees, while others may gravitate towards styles reminiscent of Jackie Kennedy in the 1960s. Abrams herself plans to attend the show in a black Jiki Monte-Carlo cocktail dress with a fox collar, embodying a coquettish and nostalgic vibe.
Original Story at www.nytimes.com – 2024-02-06 05:11:04