Style Scoop: Fit Chanel Like a Glove, Erickson Beamon for Club Monaco, Stuart Weitzman Taps Star Power for Philanthropic Soles

By  September 27, 2012

You’ll continue to get your hands in Chanel now that the Karl Lagerfeld-steered brand has acquired luxury French glover maker, Causse. Causse has been responsible for fashioning delicate, embellished, fingerless, and, of course, leather gloves for retailers like Louis Vuitton and Loewe. [WWD]

Calling all sheep (in the best way possible)! Prince Charles‘ Campaign for Wool is hitting Bryant Park today. Expect a lesson in wool’s sustainability, a talk from council member and Timo Weiland designer Alan Eckstein, and a flock of sheep that’ll be grazing well into the evening. [ELLE]

H&M is the engine that keeps on going. The Swedish, fast-fashion chain will be launching a higher-priced, luxury brand, & Other Stories, that will be available in Europe come Spring 2013. The ready-to-wear line will be designed in Paris and Stockholm. [Grazia Daily]

The Club Monaco collaborations just keep on coming. After revealing the launch of handbags designed by Jane Mayle, the company just released a three-piece jewelry collaboration from Erickson Beamon. The luxe chandelier earrings, statement necklace, and cocktail ring are now on sale — a week early — and for $129.50 to $225, the crystal and antique gold pieces are the perfect, vintage finishing touch. [She Finds]

Stuart Weitzman‘s second Young Hollywood Cares Collection is here. The designer called on Brooklyn Decker, AnnaSophia Robb, and three other Hollywood starlets to create shoe designs that will benefit ovarian cancer research at Boston’s Folkman Institute. [Stuart Weitzman]