Style Notes: The Weeknd's Haircut; Ralph Lauren Memoir Coming Next Year

The Hollywood Reporter

The Weeknd Chopped His Signature Locks [Instagram]
The Weeknd's got a brand new 'do. The crooner chopped his signature, sculpted dreads, opting for a bit of a closer shave, which he debuted on Instagram with the mysterious caption, "i come alive in the fall time." The singer also used his freshly christened account to reveal that he's dropping a new album titled Starboy, posting a first look at the album art. 

A photo posted by The Weeknd (@abelxo) on Sep 21, 2016 at 9:01am PDT

Ralph Lauren Writing a Memoir [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Ralph Lauren is publishing an autobiography about his ascent to American icon status. The prolific designer will chronicle his life both as a creative as well as a businessman, and reveal how he built his company into the lifestyle and apparel empire it is today. Published by Simon & Schuster, the book is due out in the fall of 2017.

Michael Kors Launches Cameras with Fujifilm [WWD]
As much as Michael Kors loves Instagram, the brand still loves film, too. The luxury label teamed up with Fujifilm to create a stylish Michael Kors x Fujifilm Instax Mini 70 instant camera, available in Michael Kors stores on Oct. 20 for $149. Naturally, the camera is fashion-forward, available in a metallic gold embossed with the MK logo. There's also a "smart selfie" mode that automatically adjusts settings to capture selfies (because priorities). Added bonus? Michael Kors is selling a camera bag ($348), available in a variety of colors, as well as a matching gold chain strap ($28), a scrapbook ($68) and a keychain ($58).