Style Scoop: Kristen Stewart Bound to Balenciaga, RiRi Woo Sells Out, First Look at The Met’s Punk Takeover

By  May 06, 2013

Sure, Kristen Stewart offered to “run away” from Balenciaga with her beloved Nicolas Ghesquière, but it turns out the Twilight alum isn’t headed any where, any time soon. Glamour UK‘s best-dressed woman of 2012 is confirmed to finish out her stint as the face of the brand with a new fragrance campaign hitting this fall. We wonder if new Balenciaga creative director Alexander Wang will have her haute and headless for his next moody ad?! [The Cut]

It seems like Rihanna‘s loyal navy never sleeps. Just three hours after announcing on Instagram that her new red lipstick, RiRi Woo was available, the MAC shade had sold out. No need to fret though—a new shipment of the matte hue will be available in June. [MTV]

While fashion’s biggest names are off to see the wonderful wizard at the end of the Met Gala red carpet, we’re eyeing a first look at the institute’s Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibit. With a replica of New York’s CBGB, background visuals from bands like the Sex Pistols, and over 100 ensembles from brands like Commes des Garçons and Vivienne Westwood, we’re ready to camp out in studs and safety pins galore. [Grazia Daily]

Sir Philip Green is keeping TopShop in the family by tapping his daughter, Chloe Green, for a collection of accessories at the high-street house. CJG will debut in New York and London on May 30 with a range of shoes, jewelry, and scarves. [WWD]

Were we wrong about Kanye West‘s enigmatic “June Eighteen” tweet? Folks across the pond think it has to do with the revival of his defunt fashion line. West collaborator and British designer Katy Eary will debut her spring 2014 collection on that date during London Collections: Men, hinting to the G.O.O.D Music rapper’s return to the runway. [Telegraph]

Another Target capsule had landed that will leave our feet the envy of all our friends this spring. Sam & Libby’s first collection for the chain landed yesterday, with summery sandals, flats, and wedges available for as low as $24.95. [Racked]