Style Scoop: Best Dressed at the Emmys, Kanye West Nixes Paris Fashion Week Show, Burberry Most Buzzed About at London Fashion Week

By  September 24, 2012

While laugh-out-loud Modern Family and thrilling Homeland won big at last night’s Primetime Emmy Awards, stars like Nicole Kidman, Kerry Washington, and Ginnifer Goodwin won big on the red carpet. Miss the best looks of the night? Check out our choices! [Glam]

Raf Simons‘ departure from Jil Sander in February left the fashion world on edge until the original founder’s return to the label for Spring 2013. See what some of the industry’s most influential had to say about her Milan Fashion Week show. [New York Times]

What’s next for Lara Stone post-supermodel stardom? A Baps and Buns burger joint that serves “proper good chips.” Unlikely, yes. But we’re sure she’d make an apron and hair net look haute. [VOGUE UK]

Anne Hathaway seems to have crossed another to-do off her wedding day list. During last week’s New York City Ballet, Valentino confirmed that he was designing the Becoming Jane star’s gown. Hathaway attended the gala in none other than Valentino, of course. Now, if we could only get a glimpse of that gown. [GlamChic]

The Louis Vuitton don, Kanye West, is pulling out of Paris Fashion Week… for now. His DW by Kanye West label (named after his late mother, Donda West) has shown for the past two seasons in Paris but is not scheduled to hit the runway for Spring 2013. No word yet on whether he’s just opting out this go-round or discontinuing DW for good. [FASHIONOLOGIE]

The Brits are continuing their reign as the most buzzed-about during fashion week. First, it was Victoria Beckham, who gained an unprecedented 57,000 new Twitter followers during New York Fashion Week. In London, Burberry won the week’s social media medal, gaining more than 21,000 mentions across the web; perhaps One Direction’s Harry Styles in the front row has something to do with it. [VOGUE UK]

On Friday, the fashion world paid tribute to late journalist Anna Piaggi during a memorial service at the Palazzo Reale in Milan. Guests included Carla Fendi, Karl Lagerfeld, Sir Paul McCartney, and Manolo Blahnik, who regarded Piaggi as “the visual aristocracy of Italy.” [Telegraph]