James Franco attends Gucci shows in Milan

James Franco sat front row at Gucci's Milan show launching its new Made to Measure program on Monday. [Daily Mail] While in Milan, Franco is showing a cut of "The Director," a documentary he has produced about the famed fashion house. [WWD]

Jay-Z has a track on his new "Magna Carta Holy Grail" album dedicated to fashion designer Tom Ford. [Styleite]

Coach has tapped Stuart Vevers of Spanish fashion house Loewe and formerly of Mulberry to replace Reed Krakoff as its top design guru. Krakoff announced earlier this year he is leaving Coach to focus on his own brand. [WSJ]

Meanwhile WWD reports that Dior's deputy general manager, Delphine Arnault, the daughter of Bernard Arnault -- chairman and chief exec of luxury conglomerate LVMH Moet Hennessey Louis Vuitton,  is moving to Louis Vuitton. [WWD]

Stefano Pilati, who lost his job at Yves Saint Laurent in February 2013, on Saturday showed his first menswear collection in his new stint at Ermenegildo Zegna. He seems to be livening things up a bit, in an understated way, Cathy Horyn reported in the New York Times. [NYT]

Neiman Marcus plans to go public again and has filed for an IPO. [WWD]


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