This Week In Style: Vogue/CFDA Raises $1.7 Million For Hurricane Sandy Relief

  • Vogue and the CFDA spare no effort when they join forces for causes like Obama’s reelection. Their most charitable venture to date? Their latest fundraising initiative, Fashion for Sandy Relief, brought in $1.7 million for the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City. [Fashionista]
  • Today in TERRIFYING: a woman who received a $20,000 stem-cell facelift at a posh Beverly Hills salon began experiencing crunching noises and excruciating pain every time she closed her eye. It turns out she was growing bones in her eye. [The Gloss]
  • Ugh, vegans are so annoying. [Sorry Julie! — Editor] Like Anne Hathaway, who required custom-made vegan shoes for all of her Les Misérables scenes. It’s the French Revolution, Anne, vegan is not a thing. [E!]
  • Elle Fanning got heavily Photoshopped in this shoot for BULLETT Magazine’s “Surreal” issue, but not the kind of airbrushing we’re accustomed to. [Styleite]

  • It is somebody’s actual job to wash Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepoel’s butt. [TMZ]
  • Wahhhhh! Givenchy is taking a hiatus from couture and will not be showing in Paris in January. Riccardo Tisci will continue to produce one-off couture dresses for red carpet events. [Vogue UK]
  • If the new “Gatsby” trailer has you speculating how you’re going to integrate some Daisy Buchanan into your wardrobe next year, you are not alone. [Style Bistro]
  • Kate Moss has been upstaged for the first time in her career… and by a penis, no less! [ONTD]
  • That would be Haines, not Hanes: Prada is upgrading the classic white T-shirt with a collection of 6 featuring the artwork of illustrator Richard Haines. [The Cut]