According to Cathy Horyn, Alexander Wang is the top candidate for the Creative Director position at Balenciaga, and the announcement may be made early next week. [via The New York Times]
You know that ubiquitous Givenchy Rottweiler tee that every celebrity and fashion person owns? Ricardo Tisci told GQ it was inspired by a "boy scout book" and that it represents "power and sweetness." Who knew? [via Fashionista]
In honor of its 30th anniversary, G-Shock opened its first American flagship store yesterday in SoHo! [via WWD]
Watch a delightful lesson in etiquette from Derek Blasberg, taught with cats. If 'The Eticats' isn't a regular web series, we're quitting the internet. [via The Cut]
Italian artist Francesco Vezzoli collaborated with yoox.com on a limited edition embroidered postcards, including this 'vintage style' self-portrait. This is the last time the artist will be working with embroidery, so get it while you can! [via Press Release]
Watch a trailer for HBO doc In Vogue: The Editor's Eye, which premiers December 6th. The film documents the lives of Condé Nast fashion editors. Color us excited. [via High Snobette]
Death and Taxes rounded up 14 of the best-worst Christmas sweaters. Our faves are tinsel-y Abe Lincoln and the (Katy Perry endorsed, we're sure) Snow-Man-Boob sweater.
For fashionistas who have lots and lots of dough: Hermès is releasing small ('I can only fit a few credit cards in here' small), jewel-encrusted mini versions of their iconic Birkin, Kelly and Nausicaa bags. [via T Magazine]