Beyoncé's Super Bowl Costume Designer, Oscar de la Renta x The Outnet And More From Around the Web

Beyoncé totally shut it down at the Super Bowl—lights included. While her outfit was major, though, it wasn't made by a major fashion house but by little-known designer Rubin Singer (that's him at left). He thinks her choice could be a "game-changer" for his business. Yeah, we'd say so. [New York Times]

Oscar de la Renta's creating a 24-piece collection for Net-a-Porter's more affordable website, The Outnet, with items to be priced from $325 to $1,295. Not terribly cheap, but not too unreasonable either. [WWD]

Here's a breakdown of how much money celebrities command for attending 15-minute long runway shows during New York Fashion Week. (Interestingly, it lumps Jessica Biel into the B-list category. Really?) [NY Post]

Thom Yorke is doing the Rag & Bone runway show soundtrack this season. (He's done it before, but the news is no less exciting.) [Pitchfork]

Dior's sales jumped 24 percent in 2012, clearly thanks to the arrival of Raf Simons. [WWD]

Girls with tomboy style are great, but dogs wearing menswear? That's even better.  []

Photo Credit: Fairchild Archive

More on

Keep up with the Lucky team on Twitter: