Fashion news: Taylor Lautner next face of Armani, Sartorialist TV show and V magazine uses only plus-size models

Photo via The Cut
Photo via The Cut

It’s rumoured that Taylor Lautner will be the next face of Armani fragrance and Armani Exchange. Nothing’s been confirmed, though the pairing does seem like a match made in shirtless, advertising heaven. [The Cut]

Scott Schuman may be working on a reality TV show. Schuman recently told the Pedestrian, “[T]here’s maybe a TV show coming up, maybe a clothing collection coming up. I was offered a lot of shows before, and I don’t think the companies were right that were asking me. But this company I think is right. It’s a very well known Director and all. I would be in the show but definitely not the focus just like there’s one picture of me in this book.” [Fashionista] [The Cut]

V magazine’s January issue will be entirely devoted to plus-size models. Editor Stephen Gan explained, “Big, little, pint-size, plus-size — every body is beautiful. And this issue is out to prove it.” The issue was shot by photographers Terry Richardson, Bruce Weber, and Karl Lagerfeld to name a few. [The Cut]

Sean Capone has won Raw Power, the film competition organized by Alexander McQueen, Puma and Nick Knight’s SHOWstudio web site. Filmmakers were asked to create a two-minute short based on an image of McQueen’s Puma collection. Capone’s winning package includes the opportunity to work with McQueen on directing a new film for the Spring 2010 Puma collection. [WWD]

Tsumori Chisato is teaming up with Petit Bateau on a baby, children’s and adult collection for fall/winter 2010. [WWD]

Other than bonkers sample sales, here’s another reason to be in NYC this weekend: Isaac Mizrahi will be narrating Sergei Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf at the Guggenheim. [NY Post]

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