Style Scoop: Miley is Mad for Marc, Fetch-ing Mean Girls, Converse Blacks Out

By  January 08, 2014

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It’s no secret that Miley Cyrus’ best style moment of 2013 came courtesy of Marc Jacobs. How does she repay him? By becoming the teen angst-inspired face of his Spring 2014 collection. [Nylon]

Admit it—you still quote Regina George and the gang with ease, even ten years after Mean Girls first debuted. Well, you’re in luck: L.A. jewelry brand Stella and Bow is commemorating the film’s anniversary with a capsule collection of fancy bling. In other words, it’s totally fetch. [Pret-A-Reporter]

Things are looking rather dark over at Converse. The purveyor of Chuck Taylor chic is teaming up with heavy metal band Black Sabbath—yes, Ozzy Osbourne‘s Black Sabbath—for a limited-edition high-top sneaker. Best of all, it’ll only cost you $60. [GLAM Inbox]

Is Google Glass over before it ever really began? No… but we thought a scandalous lead-in would make better for Opening Ceremony’s frontier into wearable tech. OC designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon are linking with Intel and the CFDA to develop a tech bracelet device, to be sold exclusively at Barneys. [The Cut]

Karl Lagerfeld is taking over the hospitality game, one hotel at a time. After redesigning Hôtel Métropole Monte-Carlo‘s poolside lounge into a Greek mythology-inspired oasis, he’s been tapped to design two “grand apartments” in Paris’ Hôtel de Crillon. [Telegraph]

Television personality Louise Roe may not be “designer obsessive,” but the Bebe, Jimmy Choo, and Vince Camuto finds in her west coast closets have us updating our wardrobe wants. [Bluefly]

In the words of wise wordsmith Drake, “hold on, we’re going home.” Just not in Mary-Kate Olsen’s East Village haven. The Row creative head sold her lower Manhattan town home—a buy from beau Olivier Sarkozy that Olsen never stayed in—to artist Aaron Young for $6.2 million. [Oyster Mag]

If your skin isn’t loving this ridiculously cold weather, it might be time to introduce oatmeal to your skincare routine. Not only is this delicious treat the perfect morning pick-me-up, it can also work wonders on your complexion. Try a DIY mask or scrub, or go for a product that has the good stuff built right in. [The Luxury Spot]