greta gerwig's new sitcom, plus topshop's virtual reality runway show.
We can always count on Topshop to bring it every season with its runway show, but this time the Topshop Unique crew is taking it to the next (virtual) level. The brand is introducing a "virtual reality" runway concept, showcasing the catwalk, the front row, and backstage action into the windows of the London flagship. Get all the details (plus Cara D.!) in the video below. (WWD)
If you like Chvrches--and duh, who doesn't?--then you're going to love Soak, a 17-year-old Irish musician and the new signee to the band's label. Filled with glittery production and crisp, clean vocals, the debut single "Blud" is clearly only the beginning for Bridie Monds-Watson. (This Is Fake DIY)
Alexa Chung's tips for dressing in cold weather? Skip the minidress ("it's too cold and no matter how good that might look in a picture, I just can't do that to my kidneys") and channel a '60s dragonfly instead. Noted. (Grazia UK)
It seems like all anyone can discuss is the clothing on Girls, but what about the makeup? The show's lead makeup artist dishes on how Shosh is more "natural-looking" this season, which Revlon lipstick is Jessa's favorite, and the problem with tattoos. (Into The Gloss)
The boys from NYLON Guys got a behind-the-scenes sneak peek at the new Marc by Mac Jacobs menswear collection (at a skate park on the Lower East Side, no less!), and it.is.radical. See it all here. (NYLON Guys)