Catch up with the fashion news from the week ending August 13 with these links.

Better reconsider that Hervé Leger dress: according to a new poll, bodyconscious dresses scream 'promiscuous' to the fellas. Crop and corset tops, lace, and underwear as outerwear apparently enjoy the same dubious reputation among men - so basically all that's hip right now. ( The Cut)

Sienna and Savannah Miller star in a new video lookbook for their fashion label, Twenty8Twelve. ( YouTube)

Hermès has launched an interactive site called J'aime mon Carré (French for 'I love my scarf'), which shows you countless ways to tie the luxe label's famous printed scarves, much along the lines of Burberry's Art of the Trench portal. ( Styleite)

Diesel stays stupid: the denim label continues its popular Be Stupid campaign this fall. New ads have just been released and are as hilarious as ever. Will they, too, be banned in the UK? ( Fashionising)

American Apparel's financial situation continues to look bleak. ( WWD)

America's Next Top Model host Tyra Banks has made waves after enthusiastically lauding an incredibly tiny waist of one of her show's contestants. Banks had formerly made a point of including healthy-looking models and famously told the gossip press to "kiss my fat ass." ( Jezebel)

Model of the moment Abbey Lee Kershaw stars in a video for Alexander Wang's first-ever campaign. Lenny Kravitz's daughter, Zoe fronts the print ads. ( Style.com)

There's still no sign of a cookbook, but supermodel Kate Moss will start selling her own jam. ( The Sun)

Comments