Style Scoop: Anja Rubik Gets Royal Treatment, Hop in Thom Browne’s Twin Bed, A Haute LVMH Hotel

By  August 06, 2013

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God, save the queen—or at least Anja Rubik. The Gucci girl took on a role of royal proportions for the August issue of Vogue ParisInez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin shot the model in punk-inspired looks from Alexander McQueen, Saint Laurent, and Dolce & Gabbana. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

The only thing more tailored than Thom Browne‘s suits? His home. The NYC designer resides in a luxurious, Greenwich Village lair that doubles as a gallery of refined vintage décor: a 1970s Jaeger-LeCoultre clock, a A 1960s twin-sized Adnet bed, and a 1950s Paul McCobb bar cart that would be the object of any Mad Men fan’s desire. [Architectural Digest]

For your next trip to St. Barths, how about a luxurious night’s rest at the LVMH Moët Hennessy • Louis Vuitton hotel? Bernard Arnault has bought the Hotel Saint-Barth Isle de France on Flamands Beach, a 40-room boutique with private pools, a spa, and in-house restaurant. [Vogue UK]

Harper’s Bazaar is going global for its September issue. The glossy’s reigning fashion director Carine Roitfeld teamed up with Karl Lagerfeld to celebrate “singular beauties” and “the diversity of women” in a spread starring Scarlett JohanssonLiya KebedeDakota Fanning, and Gabourey Sidibe. Unlike normal fashion spreads, this one will appear in all editions of the magazine, including Japan and Germany, which are launching later this summer. [Harper's Bazaar]

In the event that you live under a rock—or just don’t follow Barneys on Instagram—Dries Van Noten is finally entering the e-commerce space through the Madison Avenue retailer’s website. You can shop the full Fall 2013 collection here, just in time for the new season. [ELLE]

From Disney to i-DSelena Gomez is shedding the glitz of her Stars Dance persona to pare it down as a Londontown local. “It’s so easy to wear incredible, beautiful dresses and look super glamorous, because you have the power of Photoshop, but a shoot that’s really stripped-down and raw is really fun to do,” she told the magazine. “I was being rained on, it was freezing, I was covered in a giant sweater and my hair was all over the place. I got to just be in that moment and feel like I was there.” [i-D]

She may boast the resume of an acclaimed actress, but that doesn’t mean that Chloe Grace Moretz has the coveted closet of one. “There are brands that say, ‘We can’t dress you until you’re 20,’” she shares in the latest issue of Glamour. “People who buy their clothes don’t want to see a $50,000 dress on a 16-year-old.” [Fashionista]