Fashion news: DIY Rodarte, an Alexa Chung collab, Mercedes cures wind-blown hair, and more

Photo via ReadyMade
Photo via ReadyMade

Can’t swing the price tag for a cobwebby Rodarte? Knit it yourself. [Park & Cube via ReadyMade]

Yohji Yamamoto, which just closed it’s two New York stores, is under new management. [Vogue UK]

Another week, another collaboration. Alexa Chung is lending her style sense to American brand Madewell for a line of precious-sounding items: a velvet dress with Peter Pan collar, a “dungaree dress,” and a coat based on a vintage kids jacket. [Vogue UK]

If you love to hate Lady Gaga’s wardrobe choices, watch the singer explain her choices on Oprah. [NY Mag]

Beauty, meet Mercedes. The luxury brand introduced a protective guard that shields hair from the dreaded wind-blown effects on their E-Class convertibles. [Allure via Grazia]

A pair of Pierre Hardy’s suede boots for Gap have appeared on the company’s web shop (U.S. only, sorry). The collection launched in October and sold out fast. These may already be gone. [Fashionista]