Style Scoop: Vivenne Westwood Rolls Out the Red Carpet, Isabel Marant x H&M Goes Vogue, Ciao Project Runway!

By  October 09, 2013

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In a nod to her eponymous line’s greatest hits, Vivienne Westwood is launching a Red Carpet Collection today on MatchesFashion.com modeled by Daisy Lowe. The exclusive capsule includes four evening wear options priced (brace yourself) $3,028—$4,081. Wishlist, anyone?! [ELLE]

The buzz surrounding Isabel Marant for H&M keeps getting bigger. A week after Daria Werbowy‘s ad for the collaboration was revealed, it appears that Vogue Russia‘s October 2013 issue includes an editorial exclusively styled with items from the collection. [Fashionista]

Project Runway is extending its European reach. The award-winning Lifetime series is headed to Italy with  Alberta Ferretti, Tomaso Trussardi and Eva Herzigova as judges for the March 2014 debut. [Vanity Fair Italy]

Mango goes mega: The Spanish brand is entering “a new era of Mango,” according to vice president Daniel Lopez. “We ended last year with 1.7 billion euros [$2.31 billion at current exchange] in sales,” he told Women’s Wear Daily. Our idea is to be 5 billion euros [$6.7 billion] turnover in the next four or five years. We’re going to achieve this through organic growth and the megastores.” [WWD]

Who runs the world? Girls! At least when it comes to the modeling industry. Forbes just released its list of the world’s highest-earning male models. In first place is Kenzo lad Sean O’Pry who earned $1.5 million last year—a far cry from Gisele Bündchen‘s $42 million. [Forbes]

The boys are getting more love at Lord & Taylor though. The store’s New York flagship now features 100,000 square feet and two floors totally dedicated to menswear. [Racked]

Saskia de Brauw is raising eyebrows at Giorgio Armani. The Saint Laurent stunner landed her first-ever cosmetics contract as the face of Giorgio Armani’s fall and winter beauty advertisements. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

It’s the end of an era at DVF. Longtime president Paula Sutter is leaving her post on December 31 after 14 years at the company. [Vogue UK]

The Andaz 5th Avenue Hotel just got jazzier. Richard Chai designed new uniforms for the hotel’s staff in fifty shades of blue. [WWD]