Style Scoop: Coco Rocha Takes Over Sass & Bide, Kendall & Kylie Hit Heart Truth Runway, Nails Nab $768 Million in 2012

By  January 25, 2013

When she’s not striking the best poses ever for the likes of Rimmel London, Longchamp, and Diesel, supermodel Coco Rocha is turning her gig as the face of Sass & Bide into a social media job for techies to envy. Coach for Oxygen’s The Face, Rocha will take over S&B’s Facebook, Twitter,  Instagram, Pinterest and Tumblr accounts for the next five days. [WWD]

The votes have been tallied and three emerging designers have been granted Fashion Forward status and the chance to show at London Fashion Week for Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 thanks to the British Fashion Council: David Koma, Holly Fulton, and Michael van der Haam. They join the ranks of past recipients including Mary Katrantzou (for womenswear), J.W. Anderson (for menswear), and  Peter Pilotto (for womenswear). [British Fashion Council]

Fred Perry is celebrating its 60 years of preppy style by collaborating with several designers du jour to amp up their polo game. J.W. Anderson, Giles and Simone Rocha are creating limited-edition looks for the line that are guaranteed to sell out at its Dover Street Market store in a flash — there are only 45 total pieces on sale at the concept store, ranging in price from $221 to $284. [Telegraph]

Kendall and Kylie Jenner are set for a runway takeover at this year’s The Red Dress Collection fashion show at the start of New York Fashion Week in New York City. They’ll share the catwalk with gold medal Olympian Gabby Douglas, singer Toni Braxton, and Fashion Police correspondent Kelly Osbourne at the Heart’s Truth benefit show at Hammerstein Ballroom on February 6. [WWD]

According to the latest beauty report from WWD, GLAM was spot-on with our “Manicure Monday” madness, especially considering that Americans spent a colossal amount of cash on nail polish in 2012: $768 million to be exact. Among the year’s top trends were gel nails (especially at-home kits), matte finishes, and our manicure-in-minutes option, the nail sticker. Fancy, huh?! [GlamBlush]

If warmer skies and tropical locales are beckoning you to submit a vacay request at the job, look to Mara Hoffman‘s collaboration with Madewell for the best poolside looks. The two united for a capsule collection full of funky prints, sexy side cutouts, and tribal influences at $93-$275, that will have everyone envying your beach bod. [Racked]

For those who have seen Keira Knightley‘s Anna Karenina, if the love story didn’t carry you away, we know that the exquisite costumes curated by the award-winnning Jacqueline Durran did. Now, lucky Londoners can get an intimate look at Durran’s Oscar-nominated costumes at one of the film’s primary locations, the Ham House, through April 4th. [VOGUE UK]

American Airlines is gearing up to bring “new, modern uniforms to the skies” thanks to KaufmanFranco. The travel giant commissioned Ken Kaufman and Isaac Franco to design new looks for team members in the air, and those on the ground. Pilots, flight attendants, gate agents, and premium service team members will be rocking the new designs within the next two years. [American Airlines Press Release]