Style Scoop: The Superga Sartorialist, Wearing ‘Revenge,’ How Kate Moss Saved John Galliano

By  June 05, 2013

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen unite with Scott Schuman and Garance Doré? It’s a match made in Superga heaven! The sneaker line’s twin creative directors enlisted the help of both bloggers for a new video series that will capture the brand through the eyes of five different fashion influencers. “Mary-Kate and I love the heritage of Superga, and love seeing different personalities gravitate to the brand through the lens of Scott and Garance,” Ashley told WWD. If These Shoes Could Talk debuted today with a feature on L.A. stylist and fashion editor Jessica de Ruiter. See it here. [ELLE]

Some people are said to wear their hearts on their sleeves, so why not venture to don Revenge? ABC Studios is in talks with Matchbook Co. and Firefly Brand Management to license apparel and accessories inspired by the Emily VanCamp soap. According to the show’s award-winning costume designer Jill Ohanneson, the line would include body-conscious dresses for the holiday season. [WWD]

In the first interview since his demise at Dior, John Galliano revealed that a certain supermodel helped him on his road to redemption. “Creating Kate [Moss’s] wedding dress saved me personally because it was my creative rehab,” he told Vanity Fair of the model’s summer 2011 ceremony. “She dared me to be me again.” [Fashionista]

What happens when you pair Duckie Brown, Michael Bastian, and Thom Browne-clad models with one of the hottest songs of the year? You “Get Lucky,” of course. Aside from the notable wins and Hillary Rodham Clinton moment, this Daft Punk salute surely stole the show. [Telegraph]

Rodarte isn’t the only brand to get a taste of Starbucks. NYC-based designer Charlotte Ronson fancied up the barista with a limited-edition mug for spring. The designer tumbler features artwork of a woman resting atop daisies—because that’s how us caffeine connoisseurs take a coffee break after all. [GLAM Nest]

Jonathan Adler is racking up his collaboration quota. Yesterday it was a trio of patriotic lenses for TOMS and today, it’s a collection of graphic invites with Paperless Post to mark your big summer celebrations. [Racked]

Giorgio Armani isn’t afraid to share the spotlight. For this month’s Spring 2014 Men’s Fashion Week, he’s opening his catwalk to emerging menswear designer, Andrea Pompilio. “We need concrete actions to support Italian fashion, initiatives that give more strength and a feeling of novelty to Milan’s Fashion Week,” said Armani. “It is for this reason that I decided to make my theatre on Via Bergognone available for the fashion shows of some of the most promising designers, who can count on my building’s technical services.” The initiative will feature a new designer each season. [Vogue UK]