Style Scoop: Tavi Gevinson Grows Up, Kim K. Wins over Bruce Weber, Dudzeele Doesn’t Do Blogs

By  November 15, 2013

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Tavi Gevinson, teen dream, is that you? The 17-year-old style authority and Rookie Mag founder is looking very grown up in Cole Haan’s holiday campaign, which highlights “young talent.” [Nylon]

Kim Kardashian has another fashion figure in her corner: photographer Bruce Weber. Though he prefers not to shoot celebrities, he told Fern Mallis during their Fashion Icons talk that “She was just so personable with everyone. She was wonderful. I really had the best time,” when he lensed her for Du Jour magazine. Oh… and he wants to shoot her mom, Kris Jenner, next. [Fashionista]

Some fashion bloggers may have tens of thousands of followers across social media, but legendary stylist Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele doesn’t care. “Their fashion is fake,” she told The New York Times. “They want only to go with designer names and to have the thing of the moment. To that I say, ‘Non, non, non et non.” [The New York Times]

Can Burberry get any bigger? The brand broke records in the first half of the financial year with more than £1 billion, or roughly $1.6 billion at current exchange. [Harper's Bazaar UK]

Y’know those Snapchat execs who just turned down a $3 billion offer from Mark Zuckerberg‘s crew? As it turns out, Evan Spiegel and his partner Bobby Murphy have got style, making them the atypical Silicon Valley tycoons. [ELLE]

Fitbit Force enthusiasts and Jawbone believers, Nike is upping the wearable tech ante. This month, the athletic brand is debuting the Metaluxe collection of FuelBands with stainless steel fixtures and a rose-gold clasp. [High Snobiety]

Our trend-meets-tech watch doesn’t stop there. As Pinterest forges ahead with global expansion (the pinning service recently launched in Japan), two Google alum have valued that a single pin is worth 78 cents, 53 cents more that its worth at the close of 2012. [Fashionista]