Style Scoop: Louis Vuitton’s Timeless Muses, Opening Ceremony Hails the King, The Sartorialist’s Seven Figures

By  August 13, 2013

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The world of Louis Vuitton heralds six women as icons whose influence transcends space and time. They are living legends Kate MossSofia CoppolaCatherine Deneuve; late novelist Françoise Sagan; acclaimed architect Charlotte Perriand; and the last French Empress consort Eugénie de Montijo. Together, they comprise “Timeless Muses,” a high-tech exhibition that the LVMH brand will open in Tokyo on August 29. [WWD]

While LV is fawning for the fairer sex, Opening Ceremony is dedicating a capsule collection to the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. This fall, you’ll be able to “Love Me Tender” and visit the “Heartbreak Hotel” courtesy of a $95—$355 range of tees, button-ups, sweaters, and denim jackets saluting Elvis Presley. [L.A. Times]

Blogger making bank: Scott Schuman, known as the street-style snapping Sartorialist, was featured in the new issue of ELLE UK with his ladylove Garance Doré. Among discussing their camaraderie with the likes of Tommy Ton and Susie Bubble, Schuman reportedly shared his astounding “seven-figure” income, generated from 14 million page views a month. [Racked]

Now, for your daily dose of vitamin C: Cara Delevingne has landed her latest cover, this time for W Magazine‘s Fall Fashion Issue where she’s branded “the anti-role model.” The muse, who tells the glossy that she wants to delve further into music and acting, appears in Marc Jacobs for the clean capture. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Sorry Jenna LyonsManolo Blahnik‘s got your chaussures closet beat. The footwear designer did lunch with Vanity Fair where he revealed his bizarre allergies (wine and vinegar), expressed his disdain for fame (“Isn’t it awful?”), and dished on his “shoe mausoleum.” “I don’t live in a house. I live in a shoe museum,” filled will nearly 30,000 Manolo prototypes. [Vanity Fair]

Trendy tots will soon be stepping up their style. Charlotte Olympia has launched The Incy Collection with flats and booties for little girls. “I always thought I’d design little shoes for little people as soon as I had a girl,” designer Charlotte Dellal told The Telegraph. “However with two boys now and a third child on the way, I decided to finally launch Incy regardless. Maybe I’ll have a girl this time!” [Telegraph]

H&M is taking over Manhattan, one billboard at a time. The Swedish retailer bought advertising space on top of the Condé Nast building in the form of four 70-foot billboards; the marker will welcome a 42,500-square-foot retail space that will soon open on the building’s bottom floor. [Fashionista]