Style Scoop: Donna Karan Takes e-Commerce to Twitter, Become An SI Model With Target, Matthew McConaughey Gets Chic

By  February 14, 2013

An avid supporter of efforts to rebuild Haiti after its catastrophic earthquake in 2010, Donna Karan has taken to Twitter for a new initiative. She’s selling $80 bracelets exclusively through the social media platform with proceeds going toward her Urban Zen Foundation to “help develop, market, and present the work of Haiti artisans to the western world.” [Mashable]

You can give Sports Illustrated cover girl Kate Upton a run for her money thanks to your favorite neighborhood Tarjay. That’s because two swimsuits featured in the pub’s annual swimsuit edition are from Target’s exclusive Xhilaration brand, coming in at less than $35 each! [ELLE]

Matthew McConaughey may be known for keeping his shirt off, but that didn’t stop the chiseled screen star from collaborating with Dillard’s on a clothing line. Named JKL after his Just Keep Livin charity, the collection of sportswear and swimwear will debut in 150 Dillard’s stores next month. [Racked]

Ever dream of cozying up in bed with it-girl Cara Delevingne? Well, that’ll probably never happen. But at least you can watch her get in bed with LOVE Magazine for its special Valentine’s Day treat! [Grazia Daily]

Alexander Wang for Balenciaga is making its debut on the very last day of the month during Paris Fashion Week. But it won’t be in the grand fashion we’d hope for. Instead, the 29-year-old fan favorite will showcase the house’s Fall 2013 collection in a salon-style format for a small group of editors and buyers. [WWD]

Biker chic takes on a new — and greener — meaning at H&M this spring. The high street company’s collaboration with Brick Lane Bikes will debut on March 7, featuring sustainably designed water-repellent jackets, vintage bike jersys, and blazers. [GLAM Inbox]