Style Scoop: 2013′s Highest Brow, Kate Upton in Action, Dover Street Market is Coming!

By  December 20, 2013

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In 2013, we all Binged for Beyoncé and Googled for Cara Delevingne. The YSL Beauty/La Perla/DKNY model was fashion’s most-searched figure of the year ahead of fellow Brits Paul SmithVivienne Westwood, and Victoria Beckham. Her brows obviously gave her the upper hand. [Telegraph]

Kate UptonLeslie Mann, and Cameron Diaz are having a threesome. Ok, not really, but it’s quite the catchy line, eh? We’ve got a first look at Upton’s acting debut alongside the two laughable ladies in The Other Woman, a comedy about what happens when a man’s wife and his two mistresses team up for a huge slice of revenge. [ELLE]

It’s happening. The Comme Des Garçons Dover Street Market will open its Murray Hill doors tomorrow. With a full range of Junya Wantanabe offerings, sound fixtures from Brooklyn artist Calx Vive, and commissioned artwork from international creatives, there’s plenty to anticipate. [Racked]

“Vogue says thinner is better,” Beyoncé sings on the opening track of her self-titled LP. Apparently, the Condé Nast behemoth thinks younger is best. The glossy violated its underage model policy again, this time by casting 15-year-old model Julie Borawska in its November 2013 issue of Vogue Mexico. This is the third time the magazine has used a model under 16 years of age since the precedent was set in June 2012. [Fashionista]

This is also happening: It-girl Alexa Chung is channeling her collaborative efforts with Madewell, Maje, Superga, and Lacoste into her own fashion line, debuting next year. [Vogue UK]

The CFDA is working to make geek chic a thing. The Council held a panel this week with reps from Jawbone, 3D-printing firm Shapeways, and venture capitalist company Andreessen Horowitz to encourage brands like Public School, Tamara Mellon, and Steven Alan to beef up their fashion businesses with new technologies. [Fashionista]

For your dose of Friday funny: five #selfies that remind us of Rihanna‘s emo-inspired campaign for Balmain Spring 2014. [The Luxury Spot]