Fashion Star flaws, Yeomans moves to NAP, Brooks resigns, Monogram men, Casely-Hayford

Fashion Star | Source: TV Equals

The Reality of ‘Fashion Star’ (WWD)
“Fashion and entertainment is nothing new.But add commerce into the mix and you’ve got the novel ingredients for “Fashion Star,” the latest entry in the fashion-reality genre that made its debut on NBC Tuesday. Unlike some of its predecessors, this show landed with a concept that was compelling — too bad the clothes weren’t.”

Lucy Yeomans quits Harper’s Bazaar for Net-A-Porter (Telegraph)
“Luxury retail website Net-A-Porter.com today confirmed that Lucy Yeomans has been appointed editor-in-chief. She will step down from her role as editor of Harper’s Bazaar next month, a title she has held since 2000.”

Amanda Brooks Leaves Barneys (Fashionista)
“File this under news we did not see coming. Amanda Brooks, who was named Barneys’ fashion director in January 2011, has resigned.”

Men behind the monogram (The Islander)
Marc Jacobs’s train of thought has been a fascinating one since he stepped on board the Louis Vuitton express in 1997 as an American artistic director of the French luxury house.”

A Conversation with Casely-Hayford (Hypebeast)
“The father and son design duo that comprise Casely-Hayford are fueled by the passion to curate a fusion between English Sartorialism and British Anarchy.”