Why Naomi Campbell Is Worried About the Fashion Industry

Erin Fitzpatrick

New frontiers: In a new interview with Time, Naomi Campbell revealed how the fashion industry has changed since she began modeling 30 years ago—and why she's worried about its evolution. "It's much faster," Campbell told Time. "The designers have many more collections in a short space of time, much more pressure, much more corporate. The creativity period and process time is much shorter. It worries me because my friends in the industry, the designers, the producers, the writers and editors, are under so much pressure." She added that consumers need so much instant gratification these days, which can be hard to deliver. [Time]

Style scene: Calling all style-conscious Angelenos: Garrett Leight is partaking in the Los Angeles Design Festival's shopping night on Thursday, June 16. Head over to the brand's La Brea store for free drinks and a free Garrett Leight five-year anniversary coffee table book with every frame purchase. See you there! Find out more information on the brand's website. [Garrett Leight]

Pretty in prints: Valentino's new Resort 17 show was full of genius ideas for mixing prints. From stripes and florals to leopard and tropical prints, each unexpected combination is as cool as the next. [WWD]

New face: Prada announced the new face of its menswear campaign: Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne. So far, the brand has released six images from the F/W 16 ad campaign on its Instagram, which feature Redmayne looking sharp in suits, shirts, colorful sweaters, and more. [Instagram]

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