Style Scoop: Kate Moss’ Breast Project Yet, Models Take On The Ice Bucket Challenge, Anna Wintour’s Clothing Allowance is How Much?!

By  August 21, 2014

StyleScoopAug2In case you were hoping to drink champagne from a glass that’s the shape of Kate Moss’ left breast, that time has come. If you think that’s incredibly random and a little strange, you’re not alone. To celebrate the supermodel’s 25 years working in the fashion industry, Mayfair restaurant 34 has modeled a champagne coupe on Moss’ left breast. The “creation” launches in October at 34 and its sister restaurants, The Ivy, Daphne’s and Scott’s in London. [Vogue UK]

Don’t be fooled into thinking that the fashion set is too fancy to dump ice water on their heads. Once Anna Wintour got in on the ALS Ice Bucket challenge action, we knew it really took hold. Other untouchable fashion folk that participated include Karlie Kloss, Alessandra Ambrosio, Behati Prinsloo, Jourdan Dunn, Gigi Hadid, Sara Sampaio, Kate Upton, Suki Waterhouse, Lily Aldridge and Barbara Palvin. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Today, we learned a few things about Vogue, the fashion bible. T Magazine focused their “By the Numbers” feature on the glossy this time around, and discovered some pretty staggering facts. The one that really got us was the fact that Anna Wintour is allotted $200,000 to spend on her wardrobe, but there are more where that came from. [Glam Chic]

Wearable tech has come, but not gone, despite what you might have thought. A new startup is rearing its head just in time to help us get through Fashion Week. Q Designs is launching pre-orders for its first product, a sleek bracelet that conceals enough rechargeable lithium-ion battery to give your phone a 60 percent charge. Jewelry and a charged phone: get at us, Fashion Week. [Fashionista]

Sarah Jessica Parker’s second collection of shoes is hitting Nordstrom. The collection will, again, be exclusive to the department store, and features autumnal tones and fall-appropriate styles. There are handbags, too, which hit an under-$500 price point. [Fashionista]