Headline Trip

The gang of London art-club kid provocateurs known as the Theo Adams Dance Company is taking the freak show on the road, debuting a new performance in Japan. If you can’t make it, check out the trailer by Matthew Stone and this poster, shot by David Sims. (Theo Adams)

The indefatigable Karl Lagerfeld brushed off retirement rumors over the weekend, telling German newspaper Feundin: “Chanel will still need clothes when I’m 89!” Since his exact age is still unknown (carbon testing might be necessary), this could mean anytime between now and the next few decades. (Grazia)

In less optimistic news, the Christian Lacroix melodrama continues as both potential suitors were no-shows at today’s court hearing to determine the financial future of the house. Talk about being stood up at the altar! (WWD)

Olivier Zahm is taking a break from his duties as ubiquitous party fixture to sass things ups up for Chanel, art directing the house’s new glossy, 31 Rue de Cambon. Just don’t call it a Manifesto. (Purple Diary)

Opening Ceremony’s Humberto Leon gets foxy with Wes Anderson, grilling him on the ups and down of his new flick, Fantastic Mr. Fox. (OC)

You heard it here first, now it’s official. Zero + Maria Cornejo is debuting a men’s capsule collection for spring, expanding the handful of looks presented on the women’s runway. (The Cut)

Our favorite dinner-party guest Courtney Love apparently tried to take Bill Clinton home, but had to settle for a piece of cake—is there a difference? (Vulture)

Boho dark horse Sophie Theallet took home CFDA gold last night, pulling ahead of the pack that included Patrik Ervell and Ohne Titel. We’ll see if she can follow the gold-studded shoes of last year’s winner, Alexander Wang. (Style)

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