Fashion Roundup: Roberto Cavalli’s Slithery Credit Card; Men’s Designers Avoiding the Runway; Stephen Sprouse for Louis Vuitton

Just in time for the recession, Roberto Cavalli has introduced an exclusive snakeskin credit card. [Luxist via Cityfile]  Sign Up

Just in time for the recession, Roberto Cavalli has introduced an exclusive snakeskin credit card. [Luxist via Cityfile

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Chicago-based designer Mario Pinto, whose designs are often worn by Michelle Obama, says the trick to designing the perfect dress is being able to wear the dress yourself. [Vogue UK

Adam Kimmel is latest menswear designer who plans to present his fall 2009 collection as an installation without the use of models. [WWD

Next Thursday, the Stephen Sprouse-inspired graffiti collection for Louis Vuitton, designed by Marc Jacobs, arrives at the label’s downtown store. [WWD]   

As some designers have been dropping out of showing at Bryant Park this year, IMG has compiled a list of the designers–Carolina Herrera, Calvin Klein and Charlotte Ronson among them–who still plan to participate in the tents. [FWD

 

Fashion Roundup: Roberto Cavalli’s Slithery Credit Card; Men’s Designers Avoiding the Runway; Stephen Sprouse for Louis Vuitton