Fashion PR Fridays: Fashion, Marketing & Social Media Links 5.25.12

Popular fashion blogger Bryan Boy is to be joining the cast of America’s Next Top Model which is getting a new crop of judges for season 19. (via WWD)

Brands can now use their Facebook timeline content to produce a movie with a program called, not surprisingly, Timeline Movie Maker. (via Mashable)

Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld posed for Japan Vogue beside images from The Little Black Jacket, an art exhibition celebrating one of Chanel’s most popular staple pieces. (via Fashion Gone Rogue)

Into the Gloss blogger, Emily Weiss, gets all dolled up by Dior in celebration of the Cannes Film Festival. (via  Into the Gloss)

Want to lowdown on the major moves of the biggest fashion PR and publications companies? Check out this list of some of the big news in fashion media moves. (via Fashion Week Daily)

The Cannes Film Festival is another great event for ladies to glam up and wear floor length gowns and the gentleman to pull out their dress suits and don suave tuxes. Fashionista gives a slide show of all the great looks worn by celebrities at this fashionable film event. (via Fashionista)

Tagbrand is trying to make the ever popular check-in into something that can be applied to fashion. Welcome to social media, the “brand-in.” (via The High Low)

Edward Enninful, style and Fashion director of W magazine, talks about his creative process and how this top-fashion publication retains its cutting edge reputation while moving forward. (via Business of Fashion)

Elsa Peretti has contributed to Tiffany and Co. a multitude of gorgeous and very successful jewelry designs, but is it possible that with her departure her designs are to follow? (via The Telegraph)

Ana Sui is known for her creativity and luxurious prints in her clothing and now you can get a sense of her inspiration from hoards of collections once stowed away in boxes now on a Pinterest page for the world to see. (via Fashionologie)