Fashion news: Giles is Paris-bound, Juicy Couture does grunge and socks with sandals are a-go

GILES Fall 2009. Photography by Peter Stigter
GILES Fall 2009. Photography by Peter Stigter

Going against the flow of designers flocking to Londontown, Giles Deacon, who was just awarded the prestigious ANDAM fashion prize, will now show in Paris. [Fashionista]

According to the mens runways, socks with sandals are okay. Tell your dad! [Fashionista]

CFDA Menswear designer of the Year, Band of Outsiders’ Scott Sternberg, flies Delta, reads HuffPo and doesn’t care for Paris Hilton or the Waverly Inn. And in case you were waiting for it, he will never design adult diapers. [W]

Beth Ditto tells Scotland on Sunday: “Do I enjoy standing next to Karl Lagerfeld? Yes, that was totally surreal and f**king cool. What if, come tomorrow, he hates me? Well, I don’t really care because he’s not my friend. It’s not like a break-up. He’s just a person who makes dresses for me sometimes.” [My Fashion Life]

Philippe Starck believes that his new waterproof cashmere clothing line will take you three years to understand. [Guardian, via UnBeige]

A head-scratching, but not half bad, luxury grunge line from Juicy Couture. [Racked]

Pretty soon, you could be sporting nail polish that changes colour with a magnetic charge. [BeautyCounter]

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