Style Scoop: Kimye Ties the Knot in Florence, Galliano’s New Gig, Dress Like a Dunst

By  May 15, 2014

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The latest in the never-ending saga that is Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s wedding is that the kouple will not marry in The City of Light after all. North West’s parents are rumored to be hosting a pre-wedding dinner in Paris before flying their guests in private planes to Florence where the actual ceremony will take place. [Harper’s Bazaar]

John Galliano may not be joining Oscar de la Renta officially anytime soon but he does seem to be making his way toward a beauty counter. Christian Dior’s former head of design talks with Russian fragrance company L’Etoile to build up the retailer’s private label cosmetics line. [GLAMBlush]

Kirsten Dunst’s wardrobe in her latest film, The Two Faces of January will make you want to borrow one of her vintage style dresses just in time for summer. “I like a cute, easy dress when I’m not working,” she said. “I find jeans less comfortable than dresses to be honest—because everyone wears such tight jeans these days! I like putting together a nice outfit, but mostly I like comfort. It depends on my mood.” [British Vogue]

David Beckham has unveiled his latest swimwear collection for H&M in London on Thursday night. The small collection of board shorts, swim shorts and trucks retailing from $25 go $34 has been doing well, the former footballer confirmed. The line goes on sale May 22nd. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Here’s another something for the boys, Moschino will start doing menswear for the first time in 30 years under the direction of designer Jeremy Scott. We’ll get our first peek London for Spring 2015. [The Cut]

Michael Kors knows that Kim Kardashian is unconventional but fashion has become the same way. “What Kim Kardashian does on her TV show is entertaining people and that has value in itself,” Kors said.”She’s not a formerly trained actress of a designer. She doesn’t have traditional schooling, but then again did we think people would live steam a fashion show?” That’s one way to look at it. [Elle]

Sonia Rykiel just hired Julie de Libran, formerly the studio director of womenswear at Louis Vuitton as artistic director. Her first collection will debut during Paris Fashion Week in September. [Business of Fashion]