Style Scoop: Margherita Missoni is a Mommy, Simon Baker Fronts Givenchy Scent, Kate Moss Going Nude for Playboy?

By  March 08, 2013

First Frida Giannini at Gucci then Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen, and now, Margherita Missoni joins the mommy club! The heiress to the formidable Missoni fashion house has announced that she and husband Eugenio Amos are pregnant with their first child. [Telegraph]

With those eyes, that smile, and that body, we’d buy anything that The Mentalist star Simon Baker was selling, even if it’s a men’s fragrance. The blond Adonis will be lending his face to Givenchy’s new scent, Gentlemen Only. You can grab a piece of Baker, ahem, Givenchy, for your guy this April. [WWD]

Rumor has it that Kate Moss is baring it all for Playboy‘s 60th anniversary issue. The ageless supermodel, who recently posed in the buff for Love Magazine, is rumored to be shooting the cover and complementary spread for the lifestyle magazine’s January 2014 this month. [GLAM Chic]

Could our favorite former dancer-turned-award-winning actress and pixie haircut enthusiast be dressing us up in denim? Charlize Theron is reportedly on a mission with celebrity stylist Leslie Fremar to launch a mass-market line of jeans that could be adorning us before we know it! [GLAM Chic]

Who run the world?! GIRLS. (Sorry guys, that line will never get old). In honor of International Women’s Day, Donna Karan Fragrances is launching its first Women Who Inspire sis Donna Karan Fragrances will launch its first-ever Women Who Inspire Sweepstakes. Join in on the celebration by visiting the brand’s Facebook page and sharing a story about a woman who inspires you for the change to win a bottle of Cashmere Mist. [GLAM Inbox]

While brands like Gucci, Bottega Veneta, and Balenciaga call PPR home, they may soon be addressing the French holdings company by another name: Kering. Formerly known as Pinault-Printemps-Redoute, PPR executives say they want to rename the company in an effort to help rebrand it as a luxury and sporting goods authority. [Business of Fashion]

Thirteen months ago, Marissa Webb parted ways with Jenna Lyons and J. Crew to embark on a solo design mission. Now, after presenting for Spring 2013 and Fall 2013, and gaining coveted retail space at Barneys, fans of Webb’s work can finally shop her style online. [ELLE]