Fashion news: Crystal Renn still a “solid size 10,” discounts for mullets and behind the scenes of a Vuitton ad


Check out the behind the scenes of the Louis Vuitton Fall ad campaign. [Youtube]

After being in the news for looking surprisingly thin in recent photos, Crystal Renn‘s agent asserted she was still a “solid size 10.” She’s been hiking a lot lately, perhaps explaining why she looks so toned. [The Cut] Read our interview with Crystal Renn from the August issue.

Apparently creepy crawlies (and we’re not referring to teenagers) love Hollister and Abercrombie & Fitch. Both stores had to close one of their New York locations due to an infestation of bedbugs. [Racked]

If British actor Bill Nighy ruled the world: “every woman would have a Chanel suit in her wardrobe. The Parisian ideal: little or no make-up, great hair, no stockings with heels, and a Chanel suit with no handbag.” Give us the handbag and we’ll call him king. [Guardian]

Jared Leto‘s getup at the Dior haute couture show has caused head scratching and raised eyebrows. Though some may say he’s ripping off the hoverboard gang in Back to the Future II, it’s not quite clear what he’s doing. [Jezebel]

Anyone who has ever been reprimanded for having a mullet, hold your head up high and get thee to the Pittsburgh Zoo. Mullets received a discount on admissions yesterday, and on Thursday they’re offering $5 off for anyone wearing a tie-dye shirt. [Racked]

British illustrator Daisy de Villeneuve has recently unveiled a series of portraits of beauty icons–subjects include Marilyn, Audrey and Angelina–painted only using makeup. She confesses make up is “quite tricky to draw with.” No surprises here, it’s hard enough to apply liquid liner, let alone paint a portrait with it. [Vogue UK]

Bruce Willis has just released his super-macho eponymous debut fragrance. [WWD]