Kristen Stewart’s Stylist Spills Met Gala Secrets And Other Fashion News

Kristen Stewart’s stylist talks Met Ball, John Galliano’s Parson class is canceled and more! We run down five fashion related stories that caught our attention today from around the web.

Kristen Stewart’s Met Ball Preparations

Kristen Stewart had her Met Ball outfit fittings with Stella McCartney via Skype, revealed her stylist, Tara Swennen. The Vogue cover girl attended the annual fashion gala with the British designer, wearing a red lace jumpsuit. “We started about a month before by figuring out who they were going with. We loved the idea of Stella McCartney for Kristen because she hasn’t gone with a girl before, so we were having a girl power moment,” explained Swennen. More at VogueUK.

The fashion news continues… 

Chanel’s Resort 2014 Collection Debuted Today

Karl Lagerfeld’s preseason collections for Chanel usually follow themes tied to the the exotic locations where they’re shown. And his Resort 2014 collection, presented in Singapore Thursday, was no exception. Details at Fashionologie.

Transgender Miss Universe Contestant Gets Her Own Reality Series

Around this time last year, Jenna Talackova was making headlines for the battle she was embroiled in with the Donald Trump-owned Miss Universe Canada pageant, from which she was abruptly disqualified when producers found out she was transgender. Canada’s Globe and Mail reports that the show is planned for eight half-hour episodes to air on E! Canada in early September. More details on Stylite.

Behind the Scenes with Warby Parker Eyewear Brand

Warby Parker is the Cara Delevingne of eyewear brands. In this video, co-founder Neil Blumenthal shows our editor Lauren Lumsden the new sunglasses created just for DailyCandy Collaborations. More at DailyCandy.

Parsons Cancels John Galliano Master Class

The fashion rehabilitation of John Galliano is not going quite as smoothly as some had hoped for. Galliano was set to teach a three-day master class at Parsons The New School for Design this spring, but the school’s decision to invite the designer backfired, resulting in public outrage, and it now has called off the class. Details at WWD.