Fashion news: Haider Ackermann goes man, Jil Sander relaxes and Gaga wants to make hats

Jil Sander designer Raf Simons. Photography by Peter Stigter

Jil Sander designer Raf Simons. Photography by Peter Stigter

Jil Sander is showing a spontaneous side with the launch of the Milan-based brand’s diffusion line Jil Sander Navy. Expect new bold colours and a laid back aesthetic – they’ve gone as far as introducing prints. It’s almost as if Jil Sander is cheating on minimalism. [WWD]

Prints of a nude 19-year-old Kate Moss crouching in the sand will be auctioned by Christie’s, and are estimated to fetch USD$ 45,000. [The Cut]

Haider Ackermann goes man: The Paris-based designer who wowed us with his well-structured womenswear collection will debut a menswear line in Florence this July. [WWD]

They were adorable on television’s Full House,  hugely successful at fashion, and now, according to a recent interview, the Olsen twins want to get into furniture design. Is there anything they can’t do? [The Cut via Fashionologie]

When Lady Gaga isn’t wearing fishnet jumpsuits or working as the creative director for Polaroid, she wants to make hats. Philip Treacy representatives confirmed that Gaga applied for an internship with the hat empire. There is no word yet on whether or not she’s been accepted, or if she’ll even have time for this. [Guardian]

Tyra Banks, who recently announced she will be writing a trilogy of fantasy novels about modeling, has re-signed with IMG. Perhaps she’s getting back into the modeling biz to seek inspiration for her books? [Fashion Indie]

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