Madonna’s Bustier Sells For $72,000, Rooney Mara’s Dragon Tattoo Looks To Hit H&M Stores,

Madonna’s black bustier from her 1987 Who’s That Girl? tour racked up $72, 000 in a 517-piece auction in Macau over the weekend. In total, her pieces brought in $100,000, in addition to pieces from Marilyn Monroe, Michael Jackson, and Elvis Presley that were also part of the auction. [Huffington Post]

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo costume designer Trish Summerville is bringing Lisbeth Salander’s look to the masses, courtesy of H&M. The 30-piece collection of “battered jeans, cropped leather jackets, and hoodies” will debut exclusively at Colette in Paris next month before hitting 180 H&M stores worldwide on December 14. [Telegraph]

Le Bon Marché founder Aristide Boucicaut has been credited with inventing the modern department store. In celebration of the retailer’s 160th anniversary (next year), a documentary on Boucicaut is due to air October 29. [WWD]

In Dustin Lynn’s behind-the-scenes film, Alexander McQueen creative director Sarah Burton meets with Cathy Horyn to discuss her Spring 2012 collection. Watch the video on [Nowness]

joseph benjaminComment