Style Scoop: Grammys Cracks Down on Red Carpet Style, Marchesa Makes Contemporary, Shop Kendall and Kylie at PacSun

By  February 07, 2013

Buttocks, breasts, bare flesh, and brand names on clothing are going to be missing in action on this year’s Grammys red carpet. The Recording Academy sent out an email specifying stricter dress guidelines for attendees of the CBS broadcast, banning obscene and potentially obscene attire at the ceremony and from performers. So don’t bet on any reincarnations of Jennifer Lopez‘s infamous Versace gown at the 2000 Grammys or Rihanna‘s sexy nod to Michelle Pfeiffer in ”Scarface” at last year’s show. [Racked]

The end of New York Fashion Week will bring many things: sleep, enough time to eat, and the new T magazine under Deborah Needleman‘s tutelage. And the February 17 drop will feature an unlikely cover girl in all-black everything: NYC socialite and Jackie Onassis Kennedy‘s sister, Lee Radziwill. [Fashionista]

Designs from Greg Chait of The Elder Statesman, shoemaker Tabitha Simmons, and Wes Gordon will be popping up at Nordstrom very, very soon. Chait and 9 finalists from the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund will have a curated range of cashmere, jewelry, shoes, and ready-to-wear available at the high-end retailer starting at its Los Angeles store on Monday. A.L.C.’s Andrea Lieberman, Assembly New York’s Greg Armas, and Suno duo Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty will also be featured in the limited-edition capsule. [Los Angeles Times]

It’s about time H&M gave us a closer look at its & Other Stories line, and as the soundtrack of this Spring 2013 teaser video cites, “yo, this stuff is fresh.” [H&M YouTube]

Kendall and Kylie Jenner are wasting no time stepping out from under the Kardashian umbrella that big sisters Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe front. After walking in last night’s The Heart Truth Red Dress Collection 2013 show (in Badgley Mischka, mind you!) the pair’s line for PacSun is just one day away. [PacSun]

After Simon Holloway‘s leave from Jimmy Choo, Sandra Choi will officially move forward as the only creative director of the luxury footwear brand. She and Holloway joined the company after founder Tamara Mellon stepped down as creative director in 2011. [WWD]

Now, the everyday girl can give Blake Lively and Diane Kruger a run for their red-carpet money. Marchesa is about to take it down a notch with a new contemporary line that will bring their embroidered taste to mass market. Founders Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig will be offering a diffusion line in an effort to take at the end of the year with prices running from $150 to $750. [VOGUE UK]

Craving a chic bag bearing the signature of Lady Gaga‘s BFF and creative director Nicola Formichetti? Your wish is Shopbop’s command. [Shopbop]