Fashion news: Jessica Stam designs for Macy’s, Kardashian responds to fashion critics, a Zoolander sequel and more

Photography by Peter Stigter

Photography by Peter Stigter

Jessica Stam is designing a capsule collection for Macy’s. While it’s hard to get excited about yet another collaboration, the fact that Stam is one of our favourite models does have us looking forward to the results. [StyleFrizz]

Lily Allen is taking her career path in a different direction and moving into to fashion. Her sister and the former singer are starting a vintage clothing project called “Lucy in Disguise,” which will launch at the Vintage at Goodwood festival in the UK in August. [The Cut]

After being criticized over pieces in their Bebe collection looking like knockoffs of other designer’s looks, Kim Kardashian hit back, stating, “The clothes you see in the chain stores at your mall are all inspired by designer, runway fashion!!! What stores like Bebe do is take runway fashion and use it as inspiration to create pieces that are wearable and accessible for everyone.” [Stylelist]

Agyness Deyn is launching an online magazine,, with Irish journo Fiona Byrne. The name is a combo of Fiona and Agyness. [Fashion Indie]

Where does one go for inspiration for their fashion mockery movie? Paris fashion week of course. News has come out that there will be a sequel to Zoolander (yay!) and that writer Justin Theroux is heading to the city of lights to research current fashion. And the current personalities, we’re sure. [Elle UK]

Zac Posen launched his lower-priced line, Z Spoke, on Wednesday at Saks in New York. The line will be sized up to 14 for spring collection, and will go to size 16 for fall. Posen said “It’s a dream of my life to be able to make a collection that can work for so many different kinds of women.” [The Cut]

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