French fashion house Chloé will celebrate it’s 60th anniversary with an array of events set to stretch into 2013.
Chloé will celebrate its 60th anniversary this year — and in grand fashion. Among the scheduled festivities are a retrospective exhibition and a party in conjunction with the Spring 2013 show. The house will also release a capsule collection based on garments from its archives, redecorate its Paris boutique, and publish a book with Rizzoli. [WWD]
The catalog for Daphne Guinness‘s Christie’s clothing auction is online. Hopeful buyers will be able to bid on dresses from Lanvin and Alexander McQueen, a Lacroix opera coat, and a selection of size 37 shoes. [ The Cut]
Gucci recently bought a stallion named Vleut and, in honor of the brand’s founder, Guccio Gucci, renamed it Guccio. The hope is that Guccio will make an appearance at this Summer’s Olympic Games in London, though he currently resides at the Dutch home of Australian equestrienne Edwina Alexander. [Elle]
Speaking of the Olympics, rumor has it that British models Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley will participate in the closing ceremonies at the London games. Details are scant, but the three are said to be participating in a display of fashion from top British designers like Vivienne Westwood and Sarah Burton. [Modelina]
Ahead of her move to the English countryside, Amanda Brooks has donated a portion of her high-end wardrobe to the New York City Opera’s annual pop-up thrift shop. There is reportedly lots of Prada, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Jil Sander, Tuleh, Yves Saint Laurent, and Chanel — and “loads of shoes.” [Page Six]