Today's Headlines


Adam Kimmel is taking a fashion sabbatical. His menswear line will be put on hold following the delivery of his F/W 2012-2013 collection. [WWD]

Employees of U.S. apparel and retail firms are feeling a little under-appreciated, according to a new WWD report. Statistics show that job satisfaction and company loyalty are only dipping lower with time. [WWD]

Lady Gaga got smacked in the head with a metal pole last night by one of her male backup dancers at a concert in New Zealand. Yes, someone did catch it on video. [Mashable]

Check out the new trailer for "Flight", a film about a pilot (Denzel Washington) who saves a bunch of lives then might be put in jail for it. [High Snobiety]

The Washington Post asks, are designers contributing to Obama's campaign because the first lady has supported their lines over the past four years? We ask, is that a rhetorical question? [Washington Post]

Alan Partridge, a familiar humorous voice in British radio, now introduces his new show, Alan Partridge: Welcome to the Places of My Life, through a video shot in his hometown of Norfolk. You may not know the guy, but he'll still make you laugh. [Selectism]

What's Apple going to announce today at its World Wide Developers Conference? Will a new version of the Macbook Pro cost over $4,000? Will there finally be significant iMac revisions? Get caught up on all the rumors. [Gizmodo]

Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are set to go to trial in Italy over alleged tax evasion in the billion dollar range. Didn't see that one coming. [Fashion Mag]

Maison Martin Margiela might be reaching out to the common folk and collaborating with H&M as their latest guest designer in the near future, according to a new WWD report. [WWD]