Fashion Roundup: Garcia vs. Slowey; Siriano Gets Maternal; D’Loren Out At NexCen

The Battle of Elle: An examination of Nina Garcia and Anne Slowey’s reality TV rivalry. [NYMag] Sign Up For Our

The Battle of Elle: An examination of Nina Garcia and Anne Slowey’s reality TV rivalry. [NYMag]

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Project Runway winner and catchphrase machine Christian Siriano is designing a collection for maternity wear line Moody Mamas. It will be called—you guessed it!—Fierce.[The Cut]

Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall’s 16-year-old daughter, Georgia May Jagger, has entered the modeling world. [Vogue UK]

Katherine Fleming, the woman behind accessory lines for Club Monaco, Gap, and Tory Burch, is launching her own line. [WWD]

Robert D’Loren, the CEO of Bill Blass parent company NexCen Brands Inc, has announced his resignation. Kenneth Hall, who currently serves as NexCen’s executive vice president, chief financial officer, and treasurer, will replace him.  [Vogue UK]

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, the granddaughter of Indira Gandhi, has caused a stir in India by showing up to a parliamentary session in Western dress, instead of the traditional sari. [The Guardian]

Fashion Roundup: Garcia vs. Slowey; Siriano Gets Maternal; D’Loren Out At NexCen