Style Scoop: Jessica Chastain is en Vogue, Adele Repels L’Oreal, NBA Stars Sweat it Out

By  November 11, 2013

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Jessica Chastain will grace the December 2013 issue of Vogue, and all we have to say is… it’s about time! The Academy Award-winning actress, clad in Theyskens’ Theory, was lensed by Annie Leibovitz in a photo inspired by Sir Frederic Leighton’s 1865 painting Flaming June. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

L’Oreal could have had it all, but singing sensation Adele didn’t want their relationship to roll. The “Skyfall” singer reportedly turned down £12 million (roughly $19,170,000) to replace Cheryl Cole as the new face of the beauty brand. [Marie Claire UK]

Are luxury sweatpants the new denim? If you ask stylist Brandon Williams and NBA stars like Chris Paul and LeBron James, then the answer is yes; but at up to $550 or more, these aren’t your average comfy cotton wears. Yeezy taught them well. [The Daily Beast]

In two days, leggy wonders like Alessandra Ambrosio, Karlie Kloss, and Candice Swanepoel will saunter down the 69th Regiment Armory’s runway for the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Thanks to Women’s Wear Daily, we’ve got a sneak peak at the Swarovski-embellished underpinnings, Nicholas Kirkwood heels, and, for the first time ever, the use of 3-D printing at the pinup spectacular. [WWD]

Deck the halls with boughs of holly… and haute home décor inspired by the glorious holiday windows at Lord & Taylor, Henri Bendel, Bloomingdale’s, and Saks Fifth Avenue, which are all slated to debut over the next two weeks. [Racked]

In an effort to benefit survivors of the devastating typhoon that hit the Philippines over the weekend, Naomi Campbell and half-Filipino photographer John-Paul Pietrus will sell limited-edition prints that the pair shot for the UK’s free, fashion glossy, Stylist Magazine. [Vogue UK]

It wouldn’t be November 11 if we didn’t have some ARTPOP news. H&M has tapped Lady Gaga for its next “milestone moment,” a November 14th ribbon cutting for its 4 Times Square flagship. “With over 7,000 square feet of LED screens, and a 53 foot glitter wall in this ground breaking location,” said the brand’s U.S. president Daniel Kulle, “we knew we had to partner with a star who shines as bright as the store.” [GLAM Inbox]