Style Scoop: Amy Adams for Band of Outsiders Lookbook, Smythson Turns 125, Mario Testino’s First U.S. Exhibit

By  October 19, 2012

Amy Adams took on her new role as model for California label Band of Outsiders. Her polaroid shots were part of the company’s Fall 2012 campaign, which also features similarly fashioned spreads with Josh Brolin, Ed Ruscha, and Tom Felton. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Mario Testino‘s unparalleled eye — and camera lens — was celebrated last night at the opening of his first U.S. exhibition, “In Your Face,” at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Joining the Peruvian photographer on opening night were fashion’s finest, including Karlie KlossGisele BundchenJoan Smalls, and of course, Anna Wintour herself. “In Your Face” will be open to the public this Sunday, October 21st. [Washington Post]

Accessories retailer Smythson is celebrating “125 Years of British Luxury” with limited-edition snakeskin-nubuck clutches and leather-bound notebooks. The latter is based on a 1908 original design from founder Frank Smythson. All celebratory items are now available in stores and online. [ELLE]

The fourth annual Collars & Coats Gala is here, which means that dogs at the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in the UK can get designer pieces that rival your own fancy wardrobe. Stella McCartneyMatthew Williamson, and Philip Treacy are among the set who created coats for the man’s best friend ball. [Grazia Daily]

Rob Kardashian‘s design dreams have finally come true. The Kardashian clan’s only boy is finally able to put his name on a fashion project: Arthur George. The line features 100% Egyptian cotton socks for $30 and will be sold in Neiman Marcus starting November 9th. [Racked]

Jordin SparksAmbition is now bottled up. The Sparkle star will release her fragrance follow-up to the Because of You scent, mid-November. It will be sold exclusively at Bon-Ton Stores Inc. locations for about $20 more than her first perfume. [WWD]

Memorable costumes from Hollywood’s finest films are finally getting the royal treatment. The “Hollywood Costume” exhibit at The Victoria & Albert Museum in London is shedding the spotlight on 130 of the most celebrated costume designs in Hollywood history. Included are Marit Allen‘s work for Brokeback Mountain, Judy Garland‘s red slippers and gingham dress from The Wizard of Oz, and the original Indiana Jones costume worn by Harrison Ford. “Hollywood Costume” will be on display through January 27th. [WSJ]