Style Scoop: Cara Delevingne Gets GLAM for VOGUE UK, Kate Moss Is Red in the Face, Victoria Beckham Talks VOGUE

By  February 04, 2013

When Carine Roitfeld left her post at VOGUE Paris to start her own magazine, we wondered just how the editor-in-chief would make her independent imprint on the editorial world. After revealing her Kate Upton-fronted first take for CR Fashion Book in September 2012, we can rejoice again because her second issue is coming soon, just in time for Fashion Week. And while the cover is still under wraps, we’ve got a peek at Balenciaga star Sam Rollinson giving a Coco Rocha-esque pose for one of its spreads. [The Cut]

Anna Karenina, Burberry, Chanel, and DKNY. One of our favorite model du jour has all the fashion ABC’s covered, and now, she’s hit another career high: the striking Cara Delevingne landed her first VOGUE UK cover, starring in the March 2013 glossy as “model of the year.” [VOGUE UK]

While we’re venturing across the pond, it’s our duty to note that English it-girl Agyness Deyn is bringing some Harajuku hotness to Dr. Martens for her second collaboration with the heavy-duty footwear brand. [ELLE]

Victoria Beckham, Mario Testino, and Donatella Versace under one roof at the Queen Elizabeth Hall? It could only mean that the VOGUE Festival is drawing near! [British Fashion Council]

In case you’ve been living under a rock, we’re bringing you the inside scoop on Beyoncé‘s leather and lace Superbowl Sunday outfit. [GLAMChic]

What’s got Kate Moss, Alexa Chung, and Cameron Diaz red in the face? Why, Stella McCartney‘s Comic Relief T-Shirt collection in honor of Red Nose Day 2013. The tees feature graphics of the Marilyn Monroe, The Beatles, and Moss are part of the day’s initiative to raise funds for donation in the UK and Africa. [Grazia Daily]

Net-a-Porter’s reign just won’t let up. Founder and chairman Natalie Massenet is further expanding the luxury e-tailer to include French, German, and Mandarin versions, along with the launch of the site’s print edition. [New York Times]

In its continual campaign to bring Hollywood’s most dapper to its dotcom, Mr. Porter enlisted Elijah Wood to star in its latest video drop. [Telegraph]