Style Scoop: Givenchy Dresses Rihanna for World Tour, Could Kate Upton Cover VOGUE?, Isaac Mizrahi Kids Has Landed

By  March 11, 2013

After revealing a custom tee that Riccardo Tisci designed for her, it’s no wonder that Rihanna is wearing bespoke Givenchy gear for her Diamonds World Tour. Ranging from printed hot pants coupled with sheer sweatshirts and studded boots to a dramatic floor-length silk cape, Rihanna’s sexy-street chic has been brought to the stage to “represent what young and amazing means today,” Tisci said. “She is punk and talented. She offers intelligence, energy and pure beauty. She is the face of her generation.” [Grazia Daily]

Kate Upton has already graced the covers of GQ, CR Fashion Book, and Sports Illustrated (twice), and this summer, she may be adding VOGUE to her repertoire. The buxom bombshell is slated to appear in the June release of the American edition (she covered British VOGUE this January), for its “summer escapes” issue. [Glam Chic]

With children’s fashion at the forefront of VOGUE Bambini‘s Petite Parade in NYC and Global Kids Fashion Week set to go live in London on the 19th, Isaac Mizrahi Kids has landed right on time. Designer Isaac Mizrahi is launching the namesake children’s line with Synclaire Brands this fall, featuring sportswear, shoes, dresses for girls, and tailored wears for boys from $30-$90. [WWD]

Can’t get enough of Cara Delevingne? Neither can we. The 20-year-old model has joined Georgia May Jagger in the Louis Vuitton Fall 2013 video campaign—a pleasant surprise following Kate Moss‘s appearance in the house’s fashion show last week. Edie Campbell, Saskia de Brauw, and Isabeli Fontana also appear in the James Lima-directed clip. [ELLE]

Japanese beauty giant Shiseido is in for some major restructuring now that president and CEO Hisayuki Suekawa is stepping down. Due to health reasons, Suekawa, who has headed the brand for two years, will be succeeded by chairman Shinzo Maeda on April 1. [WWD]

It-girl Alexa Chung is dropping hints on her currently untitled tome, set to be released later this year. “I’m writing, I’m drawing and I’m taking photographs,” Chung said of her first work with Penguin Books. “It’s definitely not an autobiography, but it’s me writing so in a way it probably will have that element.” [VOGUE UK]