Style Scoop: SJP the Shoe Sniffer, Burberry Springs for Apple, Peter Lindbergh Laments Lack of Supermodels

By  September 13, 2013

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Carrie Bradshaw Sarah Jessica Parker turns new-car smell on its head with her obsession over sole scents. “She loves the smell of shoes,” George Malkemus, Manolo Blahnik president and SJP collaborator said during the preview of Parker’s namesake shoe line. “When a shoe isn’t well-made, it doesn’t smell good,” Parker said. “Those details really add up,” she shared of her $99-$400 range, which will hit Nordstrom stores in January 2014. [Fashionista]

Whenever Apple announces the release of a new iPhone, hoopla is sure to follow. The company’s latest revelation, though, has us fashion fiends itching for the new piece of tech: Burberry’s Spring 2014 video tease was shot entirely on the iPhone 5s. [YouTube]

The fashion world according to iconic photographer Peter Lindbergh is void of the original supermodel who came with “balls and brains.” Even with the dominance of Cara DelevingneJoan Smalls, and Karlie Kloss, Lindbergh says it will take “the five most romantic new faces out there, [to] totally change our perspective of beauty,” and spark a new age of the supermodel. [Vogue UK]

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, is officially off of maternity leave. In a body-hugging Jenny Packham gown to boot. [L.A. Times]

If you though Whitney Port would never brave the saturated world of reality television, think again. The MTV alum-turned-fashion designer has taken on the role of style mentor on Glamour magazine’s webseries, Dressed to Kill, which challenges contestants to style the perfect outfit for any given occasion. [Racked]