Fashion news: ANTM praises tiny waist, Glee fashion and the horrifying images from the cat fashion show

There’s been plenty of unfavourable buzz around the 15th installment of America’s Next Top Model. The season trailer features a 6’2″ model with a waist that Miss J can put his hands around. “There’s something about her that I like!” shrieks Tyra, the same who once delivered that now-golden line, “kiss my fat ass.” [Fashionista]

According to his ex-wife, JetBlue ex-flight attendant gone cult hero Steven Slater would “love his own fashion line.” Maybe cursing the plane over the speaker, stealing two beers and storming off the aircraft via inflatable slide will be the best thing that ever happened to him. [Stylite]

The ever regal Barbra Streisand recently responded to the Harper’s Bazaar editorial, where Jennifer Aniston emulates Barb to a point where it’s hard to tell who’s who: “I’m very flattered that Jennifer Aniston chose to interpret my style…if only she had a bump on her nose.” [Jezebel]

If you’re in the mood for a mother-of-Pearl-now-I’ve-really-seen-everything moment, do click to see the highlights of the Fashionable Feline Extravaganza, if only for the appearance of Robert Cattinson. [Refinery 29]

Gleeks take note, Macy’s is teaming up with the song and dance spectacle for an inspired-by clothing collection. [Elle]

For all those who wanted to crack the science of caviar, diamonds and crocodile-skin purses, the University of Monaco is now offering an MA program in luxury. They’ve teamed up with Gucci, Ermenegildo Zegna, Ralph Lauren, and Salvatore Ferragamoto to offer some fine knowledge on “how the luxury industry interacts with the economic, cultural and technological environments of the twenty-first century.” The cost is €14,500 per academic year, so if you want to learn about yachts, there’s a good chance you’re already sitting on one.  [Racked]

Opening Ceremony is teaming up with the Swedish demigod of the backpack, Fjällräven for a colour-block collaboration, just in time for back to school. [Fashion Indie]