Guess Who: British GQ reminds us that 20 years ago today, the world was introduced to Ms. Schiffer. Here’s the slideshow. [GQ]
’Sucker Without Stripes: Valet rounds up a handsome selection of seersucker blazers that go beyond the puckered stripe. [Valet]
Spotted: Mark Zuckerberg in a suit. With all the hullabaloo over his hooded-ness on Wall Street last week, everyone was surprised to see him looking passably well-dressed at his impromptu wedding this Saturday. (We’ll assume he hollered, “We want prenup.”) [Fashionista]
Being David Lynch: Selectism uses the iconic coif as a case study in a new series on grooming. You’ll want to have a beer handy. [Selectism]
Usually people are a bit cannier about Marie Antionette comparisons—especially when the peasants are as restless as they are now—but Karl Lagerfeld has never been one to restrain himself.
Based on the story that the classic champagne coupe was modeled off Marie Antionette’s breast, good old Karl has brought the coupe into the modern day with another impeccable glass, only this time it's modeled off of Claudia Schiffer’s bosom and suspended by three bottles of Dom Perignon. If you needed somewhere to point your pitchforks…