Style Scoop: Kobe Bryant Heads to Hublot, Badgley Mischka Say ‘I Do,’ Shop Charlotte Ronson’s Closet

By  March 25, 2013

It was two months ago when luxury watchmaker Hublot announced its role as the official timekeeper for the Los Angeles Lakers, and now, the company is is behind an exclusive timepiece for the team’s franchise player, Kobe Bryant. Meet the King Power Black Mamba: a black python and rubber design with gold-plated hands, purple numbers, Bryant’s number 24, and a silver snake affixed to the limited-edition watch. We wonder how many Lakeshow loyals will get their hands on the $25,200 watch before the capsule of 250 sell out? [Forbes]

After partnering on their namesake label, Badgley Mischka, for the past 25 years, Mark Badgley and James Mischka have finally taken a walk down the designer aisle. The pair married on Friday at a New York City Hall after more than two decades of courtship that sparked during their final year at Parson’s School of Design in 1988. [VOGUE UK]

It’s one thing to shop Charlotte Ronson‘s eponymous clothing line, but it’s another to shop her actual closet. The English export has made select pieces from her private wardrobe—like Isabel Marant denim, Alexander Wang booties, and 3.1 Philip Lim tops—available for sale on the members-only site, Vaunte. We’re not sure where else you can grab Ronson’s own garb, or a Balenciaga sweater for $270, so it’s our humble opinion that you sign up now. [Vaunte]

While we will forever swoon for Karlie Kloss‘s now-signature kut—see what we did there?—there’s no doubt the chic cameleon can still pull off longer locks. Exhibit A: her new ad for Moda Operandi’s Spring 2013 collection. The newly-minted Victoria’s Secret Angel was touted by MO’s artistic director Taylor Tomasi Hill for the campaign which “captures the romance and femininity of the season.” [Grazia Daily]

Spring is here boys, and that means those cozy beards that kept you warm during winter have got to go. But, if you’re one to shy away from shaving, there’s a new online destination that will make your grooming as debonair as your GQ-ready wardrobe. It’s time to take a trip to Harry’s where “Great Shave. Fair Price.” is the only governing rule. Co-founders Andy Katz-Mayfield and Jeff Raider (of Warby Parker) launched the site with two handles, one German-engineered blade, and one shave cream that comprise a $15-$25 set for the full line. [LA Times]