Style Scoop: Rihanna’s ‘Styled to Rock’ Canceled?, Philip Treacy’s $2400 Christmas Cracker, Karolina Kurkova Models Roberto Cavalli for Target

By  November 01, 2012

Has Rihanna’s production debut Styled to Rock tanked? Not quite. Rumors surged earlier this morning that the singer’s foray into reality competition fell flat and that UK-based Sky Living, the company that debuted the fashion series, would cancel it after just one season. According to a Sky Living rep, though, it is too early to determine if Rihanna’s project is getting nixed, and there are even talks to sell the format stateside to the Style Network (sans Rihanna).  [VOGUE UK]

Designer denim is on the verge of doubling as a wardrobe staple and beauty basic. Denim laced with aloe vera for added moisture, jeans with anti-cellulite properties, and cosmetic jeans that claim to dissolve fat and prevent water retention? Brands like Mochiano Jeans, Wrangler’s, and LeRock are leading the pack. Skinny jeans, anyone? [WWD]

Roberto Cavalli’s diffusion line for Target has arrived, and in fierce fashion, modeled by Karolina Kurkova. Too bad it’s only available down under! [Target]

If you want baubles to rival entertainment’s chicest sirens (think Nicole Richie, Lea Michele, Rihanna, Taylor Swift), then Neil Lane is your jewel pusher. Just in time for gift-giving galore, Lane has launched a lower-priced collection for Kay Jewelers with pieces inspired by his pricier looks for A-list clientele. Get 14-carat white gold and diamond dazzlers starting at $399 that Lane says have an “heirloom” quality, right in time for the holidays. [WWD]

Toy tires, PVC, and bottle caps define a new type of Fendi bag. Meet Ilaria Venturini Fendi, heiress and former designer of that Italian brand, and now creator of Carmina Campus: a chic handbag line for the socially conscious. There are sustainable satchels and eco-friendly totes that, despite their recyclable materials, can run over $2,000. [WSJ]

All we want for Christmas is… a $2400, sterling silver, Philip Treacy Christmas cracker! If you’re willing to shell out the dough to be our designer Secret Santa, get on it: only 80 crackers have been made, and eight include a golden ticket for a custom Philip Treacy hat. [Telegraph]