Style Scoop: Miley Cyrus’ Polarizing Style, Shop Tamara Mellon’s Leather Legging Boots, Condé Nast Crashes E-Commerce

By  December 06, 2013

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The only thing more polarizing than Miley Cyrusmusic and anti-Disney behavior is her style. The 21-year-old landed on both Time‘s best and worst-dressed lists of 2013 for her Marc Jacobs moment at the Fashion Group International’s Night of Stars and her latex bikini at the MTV Video Music Awards. [TIME]

Sweet Revenge: We’ve long awaited the launch of Tamara Mellon‘s namesake line, expecting nothing less than amazing from the ex-Jimmy Choo chief. We didn’t, however, expect her to introduce a contender for trend du jour: a $1,995 leather legging-boot hybrid that’ll put your standard onesie to shame. Guess she one-upped Kanye on this one. [Pret-A-Reporter]

E-commerce is just a click away at Condé Nast. The publisher, which has already invested in sites like FarFetch and Vestiaire Collective, is expanding its influence with an e-commerce division, headed by Galeries Lafayette executive Franck Zayan. [Fashionista]

Miranda Kerr will be ringing in the New Year in two different time zones. The Australian model will cover both her native continent’s Harper’s Bazaar and ELLE China for January 2014. She teamed with Terry Richardson for the former, who shot the editorial in his signature high-flash style. [Instagram + Fashion Gone Rogue]

When you’re Bernard Arnault‘s son, it goes without saying that you’ll land a pretty great gig at LVMH Moët Hennessy • Louis Vuitton. Antoine Arnault did just that as the conglomerate’s newly-appointed chairman of Loro Piana, a brand LVMH just acquired this year. [Vogue UK]

Who needs rap when you can embark on fashion design? Amanda Bynes has decided to shelf her musical aspirations for training at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. The newly-enrolled student told InTouch “I love Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s clothing line, Elizabeth and James, and I love how Justin Bieber dresses. My line will be a mixture of sick styles, and it’s going to be for everybody.” [The Cut]