The News Roundup

The News Roundup

ALL THE MOST IMPORTANT TIDBITS OF THE DAY, BROUGHT TO YOU THROUGH THE LENS OF V

ALL THE MOST IMPORTANT TIDBITS OF THE DAY, BROUGHT TO YOU THROUGH THE LENS OF V

Givenchy’ s full SS16 campaign was released today, shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and featuring 27 top models, including brand favorites Lara Stone, Joan Smalls and Mariacarlo Boscano. Mimicking their last NYFW show, directed by Marina Abramovic, the campaign explores the concept of love and features poetry by Antony Hegarty. (Dazed Digital)

Michael Jackson’ s beloved Thriller is officially the first album to be certified 30 times multi-platinum in the United States. With over 100 million sales of the album worldwide, and 1 billion sales to Jackson’ s name overall, this is not exactly surprising, but for an album released in 1982 the reign is pretty remarkable. (Billboard)

The recent announcement that famed New York City restaurant The Four Seasons will shutter next year is not sitting well with its devotees. Graydon Carter, Daniel Boulud and more recall their favorite memories from the iconic spot, which has plans to relocate. (Grub Street)

Alexander Wang’ s first jewelry collection—which debuted on his SS16 runway—went on sale today onlineand in select flagships. Inspired by industrial bike chains, the collection includes a necklace, a cuff and an earring made from a combination of brass-plated palladium and 24 karat gold. (Alexander Wang)

David Bowie has shared the second single from his upcoming album ˜… (pronounced Blackstar), which will be released on January 8th from Iso/RCA. The brooding “Lazarus” is not any more upbeat than the title track he released last month. (Pitchfork)

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