Style Scoop: Barbie Lagerfelds Are Limited, Poppy Delevingne’s Piperlime Picks, Carolina Herrera Thinks New Yorkers Have “Horrendous” Style

By  September 02, 2014

StyleScoopSept2It turns out it won’t be as easy as stepping into a toy store to get your hands on a Barbie Lagerfeld. Karl Lagerfeld and Mattell Inc. are only producing 999 dolls, which are part of the collector series and priced at around $200. They go on sale in the middle of Paris Fashion Week at select Karl Lagerfeld boutiques, Colette in Paris, thebarbiecollection.com and Net-a-porter.com. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Poppy Delevingne lends her covetable style to online boutique, Piperlime. As part of the “25 Days of Influencers” program, Delevingne’s style Q&A and fall Piperlime picks launch today on the site. This season, the influencer is out for fur, plaid, basic bottoms and bomber jackets. Check out the It Brit’s chic mix of brands on Piperlime.com. [Glam Inbox]

Carolina Herrera believes that New Yorkers have “horrendous” style. That’s right, just as New York Fashion Week kicks off, Herrera tells us all how she really feels. She says, “I have never seen people so badly dressed in my life! It’s amazing the way they look! I don’t know why…I don’t know what’s going on…but it’s really, really bad.” So, while you’re planning your Fashion Week outfits, you might want to think twice about putting on that crop top. [Page Six]

Gisele Bündchen is at it again—and this time, she’s kicking butt with Under Armour. The model appears in the athletic wear company’s latest video campaign, following up ballerina Misty Copeland’s most recent appearance as the face. As it turns out, Tom Brady isn’t the only star athlete in the family—nor the only one who has served as the face of Under Armour. Bündchen’s campaign is slated to launch September 4th, but you can watch the teaser here. [Fashionista]

Yves Carcelle, the French executive who’s credited with transforming Louis Vuitton into what it is today, lost his battle with cancer and died Sunday at the age of 66. Carcelle is known for recruiting a young Marc Jacobs as Vuitton’s artistic director in 1997, which launched the house into the modern fashion age. Carcelle is survived by his ex-wife, Rebecca, and their two sons, plus three children from a previous marriage—as well as quite the legacy. [Women’s Wear Daily]