Fashion news: Anna is not amused, Tom Ford looking for funding, Lara Stone apparently tired of being so “fat”

Photo via Daily Mail

Photo via Daily Mail

Anna Wintour looked displeased at being seated front row next to Alexa Chung and Pixie Geldof at the Twenty8Twelve show. The girls garnered attention, hugging and fawning over one another, while the famed editor looked unamused in every shot, hiding behind her oversized dark sunglasses. The camera never lies, and in this case, it failed to hide Ms. Wintour’s obvious disdain.  [Daily Mail]

Nordstrom is launching a line of Twilight clothing that will hit stores in a few weeks. Eager to take a stab at sporting the New Moon ensembles? MTV will be hosting a sneak peek at the collection in what they are calling “Twilight Fashion Week.” The Twilighter tees will broadcast support for either ‘Team Edward’ or ‘Team Jacob,’ since, of course, we’re all dying to know. [MTV]

Model Lara Stone, size four, has announced she doesn’t “want to be the fat one anymore.” Stone is actively trying to change her (supposedly) curvy-for-a-model figure by swimming, running and doing pilates. The model also mentioned she may not walk Milan. [The Cut]

Tom Ford International seeks funding to help expand a womens line. The luxe label needs about $50 million; time to crack open those piggy banks, ladies. [Reuters]

Puma has created a digital advertising campaign that follows the market’s dips and dives, awarding viewers with a model that strips when the market goes down and puts on layers when it improves. Three of the models are female while a lone male model reflects the brand’s demographic. The campaign began as an iPhone application and can now be accessed online. [WWD]

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