The Weeknd Has Two More Collaborations Coming [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
His moniker may be a play on the two days of the week that are meant to be a break from work, but The Weeknd himself has been busier than ever. The singer has two collaborations on the horizon, the first with Grey Goose - which will act as an official sponsor of his global tour, for which it created two signature cocktails in his honor - and the second with Futura 2000, on a capsule collection of denim jackets, bomber jackets, hoodies and tees in collaboration with Bravado, which also powered his Starboy: Legend of the Fall Tour merch pop-up shops. These are in addition to recent partnerships with H&M and Puma. All this, and he's still found time to find love with (Coach ambassador) Selena Gomez.
Insiders Speak for First Time About Gianni Versace's Murder [Dateline NBC]
Gianni Versace's longtime partner, Antonio D'Amico, gave his first interview in the U.S. about Versace's murder to Dateline NBC's Keith Morrison, in which he described his reaction to hearing the fatal gunshot fired by Andrew Cunanan. The interview is part of a special pegged to the 20-year anniversary of Versace's death at his private mansion in Miami. Ryan Murphy is also producing a 10-episode series, Versace: American Crime Story, starring Penelope Cruz and Edgar Ramirez, which will debut in 2018.
Kardashians Split With Longtime Stylist Monica Rose [People]
Monica Rose, architect of the influential personal style of the Kardashians, is officially parting ways with the family. According to People's sources, all five sisters have begun working with new stylists. Kylie Jenner was the first to drift away from Rose to begin working with Rose's former assistant, Jill Jacobs, in December. In recent weeks, Khloe and Kourtney have begun working with stylist Dani Michelle, whose clients include Sofia Richie and Bella Thorne, and Kendall is reportedly working with Beyonce's stylist, Marni Senofonte. People also reports that the sisters no longer follow Rose on Instagram.