Style Scoop: Kate Moss T-Shirt Gets The Boot, Dolce & Gabbana Are Still Guilty, H&M Will Expand Its Footprint

By  June 26, 2014

StyleScoopKMossWhile Kate Moss stands by her infamous tagline, “Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels,” the Twitterverse doesn’t feel so strongly. The Bay reportedly pulled the t-shirt that features the quote inside a nutrition label from stores and online, after customers complained on the social media platform. Christopher Lee Suave, the designer of the t-shirt issued an apology stating, “Most, if not all, of my designs showcase some type of statement pointing to the absurdity of fashion, and this one item is no exception. I fully understand and comprehend the severity of an eating disorder and I do not condone celebrating such pain.” [Vogue UK]

The appeals court handling Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana’s tax trial upheld the decision of the lower court, ruling the defendants guilty of tax mitigation. The design duo did receive a reduction in their jail sentences, but the court ultimately concluded that there’s no way they weren’t “aware of the project [to avoid Italian taxes].” [WWD]

H&M is stepping up its shoe game. The retail giant’s CEO, Karl Johan Persson stated that H&M “will launch an extended and improved shoe range for women, men, teenagers and children.” The new shoe line is said to be going on sale online and in select stores by the fall. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Leave it to Charlotte Olympia to make our World Cup experience a little bit more fashionable. Designer Charlotte Dellal’s new capsule collection features classic Lucite boxes and satin inserts printed with team flags. No matter what team you’re rooting for, these little boxes of pride beat smudgy face paint any day. The Hat Trick Pandora clutches launch July 4 and will be available at Charlotte Olympia stores in New York, London, Beverly Hills and Miami. [Style.com]

Wearable tech is nothing new, but smart watches that don’t actually look like mini computers are. This week, French health-tech company Withings released a leather and chrome smartwatch that looks like a luxurious timepiece while Google’s LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live smartwatch launches July 7. Welcome to the future, people. [Fashionista]