Style Scoop: Kylie Minogue’s Stylish Tome, A ‘Clean Cut’ Jessica Alba, Jill Ohannesson Designs ‘Revenge’

By  June 19, 2013

Kylie Minogue, Jessica Alba

 

She may be Roc Nation’s latest addition, but Kylie Minoque has been in the industry for years—25 to be exact. The Australian import celebrated career, and the extravagant outfits that came with it, earlier this week with the release of her chic coffee table read, Kylie Fashion. “I look back at a piece and think, ‘I wore that for 77 shows around the world with all the pain, tears, blood, joy, and all sorts of stories and emotions along with it,’” she told ELLE about the many costumes featured in the retrospective tome. Aside from unreleased photos and sketches, the book contains Minogue musings from Karl LagerfeldJean Paul Gaultier, and the Dolce and Gabbana dream team. [ELLE]

White-on-white never looked so fresh. Jessica Alba cleaned up for the UK’s Sunday Times Style in Bottega Venetta, Calvin Klein, and Georgio Armani for the Eric Guillemain-shot spread. Inside the edition, the Sin City siren expounded upon motherhood and managing an Honest, eco-friendly brand. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Remember that dress line we told you ABC was licensing for Revenge? It turns out its not the only project costume designer Jill Ohannesson has in store. The industry vet plans to launch a menswear line inspired by the show’s Nolan Ross character, and a separate brand for plus-sized women. [Fashionista]

While we’re on a nostalgic tip, rewind back to news of Georgia May Jagger fronting a Sisley campaign with her beau Josh McLellan. Well, here’s the full campaign—all 13 images. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

It’s a big win for the Minkoff sister-brother pairRebecca Minkoff and her co-founder/company CEO Uri Minkoff were awarded the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the retail and consumer products space for the New York region. “It is so rare that siblings start businesses together and to do so with such a talent as Rebecca has been amazing,” brother Uri said of the accomplishment. “The Ernst & Young Awards are the pinnacle of entrepreneurship recognition, and we are so honored to have been recognized by them. What a journey it has been and it is only just the beginning.” [GLAM Inbox]

You may not be familiar with Nathan Bogle, but the brand he co-founded in 2002, Rag & Bone, may ring a bell. Although the designer parted ways with Marcus Wainwright in 2006 and was replaced with David Neville, he’s readying for a return to the fashion space with a new menswear line, Jardine[The Cut]

With brands from BCBG Max Azria to Zac Posen debuting Resort 2014 collections, it may not be easy to sift through the season’s trends. Luckily, style savants at the New York Times have rounded up vacation-ready must-haves. Get ready to stock up on nautical wears, lace pants, python, and cropped sweaters paired with modest hemlines. [T Magazine]

While you’re busy coloring Cara Delevingne, Louis Vuitton was doing the same for a one-off scarf. The LVMH luxury brand teamed up with street artist Eine for a custom stole that will be available on June 24 at Selfridges London. [Vogue UK]