Style Scoop: Dita Von Teese Dresses Down for HSN, Jennifer Lopez Covers New Latina Glossy, Kate Moss Paints Spring Red

By  March 06, 2013

One of the most infamous burlesque dancers of our day, Dita Von Teese, is bringing her affinity for vintage wears, pin-up silhouettes, and lacy lingerie to the masses through HSN. The sexy chanteuse has designed a reasonably-priced line of intimates (and two new fragrances for the Home Shopping Network), that she says serve as functional yet fashionable underpinnings that make everyday a special occasion. “I’ve never saved beautiful lingerie just for seduction purposes or for when someone else is gonna see it,” Von Teese said in an exclusive interview with ELLE. ”So it was really important to me to make these pieces work well under clothing and give good shaping.” You can shop Dita Von Teese for HSN for $20-$75 starting April 23. [GLAM Chic]

From one bold beauty to another. Glamour magazine has issued a new publication sure to draw in a following thanks to Jennifer Lopez‘s stunning cover. The most powerful celebrity in the world according to Forbes is gracing the first ever issue of Glam Belleza Latina, a glossy dedicated exclusively to Latin beauties. The cover is available on select newsstands now! [Glamour]

When Kate Moss isn’t indulging in hardcore vices with Rihanna in V Magazine or lending her golden locks to Kérastase, she’s riding around town in a red convertible with Liu Jo. The ageless queen is now the face of the brand’s Spring 2013 campaign, shot by Sølve Sundsbø. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

One New York boutique isn’t enough for Valentino, so the company is looking to add a second home in the city. Stefano Sassi, CEO, says that the brand is eyeing a piece of prime property at 693 Fifth Avenue between East 54th and 55th Streets, which formerly housed Japanese retailer Takashimaya. While Sassi confirms that no lease has been signed, Valentino will be opening a new Madison Avenue location this summer. [WWD]

Vintage style is headed to prime time TV thanks to the Smithsonian Channel. Los Angeles boutique owner Doris Raymond and her staff at The Way We Wore landed a six-part docu-series called L.A. Frock Stars which follows their quest for the best high-end, quality vintage for A-list clientele like Von Teese. Tune in to the show’s premiere tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m. [L.A. Times]

Remember that chiseled Adonis whose campaign for Calvin Klein gave us another team to root for during the Beyoncébowl? Well, he’s back! Matthew Terry—and his triceps—star in the brand’s new video campaign for Dark Obsession, a fragrance for men. And let’s just say that after watching the 34-second clip, we need a cold shower! [Calvin Klein YouTube]

With David Bowie making a welcome comeback to music, it was only a matter of time before his return was immortalized in a tee. Bowie collaborated with designer Paul Smith to launch the official T-shirt for his new album, The Next Day, which will be released next Monday, March 11. [VOGUE UK]