Style Scoop: Lindsay Lohan Lives Online, Wear Wool with Wang, Get Your Glow On with Lionette

By  August 19, 2013

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Reality television isn’t the only new venture for Lindsay Lohan. The redemptive star is mapping out an A-list return with her own blog, too. Her namesake site will not only offer access to past interviews, archival photos, and Instagram streams, but will also feature personal style snapshots where she’s clearly signaling Chanel campaign dreams and a wardrobe full of Phillip Lim for Target. [Telegraph]

The silks, cashmeres, and chiffons of the world are making room for Merino wool in the luxury league. Balenciaga’s creative brain Alexander Wang is championing the fine fiber in a campaign shot by the masterful Annie Leibovitz for The Woolmark Company. Considering Wang’s familiarity with the textile, the match couldn’t have been more seamless. “I have used Merino wool since I first started designing so collaborating with Woolmark was a natural fit for me,” Wang said in a statement. “Wool has strong environmental credentials, and it always feels modern, and relevant.” As part of the collaboration, Wang will feature Merino wool and the Woolmark logo on select pieces from his Fall 2013 collection. [GLAM Inbox]

Speaking of Wang, if you’ve been hunting for jewelry to match his Glow In The Dark Agata sandals, look no more. Jewel pushers Noa Sade and Vanessa Lee of Lionette have launched a GLOW line of earrings, bracelets, and necklaces that “brighten blurry paths and command attention.” You know, in case you get lost working your way through a crowd. [ELLE]

Uniqlo is kid-tested and budget-approved. The Japanese brand branched off into children’s clothing with kid-friendly versions of its high-quality basics. The range is currently only available online and in the UK for roughly $9—$78. [Vogue UK]

It’s time to see things through Giorgio Armani lenses. The brand has teamed up with VideofyMe, a new video-editing app, that will allow you to filter your shareable videos in a shade Giorgio grey. Just download the app, upload a short film with you wearing your sleekest sunnies, and brand it with the #FRAMESOFYOU hashtag for a chance to be featured in the Giorgio Armani Eyewear Frames of Life campaign. [Refinery 29]