Style Scoop: Willow’s World, Dakota Dresses Down, Jonathan Saunders for Paul Smith?

By  January 15, 2014

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When you’re deemed Hollywood’s most imperial teen, it makes perfect sense that your regal world be captured by the one and only Karl Lagerfeld. Such is the case with Willow Smith—sorry, Jenners—who’s featured in V Magazine‘s Kate Upton-covered issue. The photogenic Tinseltown heir is styled in Louis Vuitton, Chanel, and Givenchy by Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele, but still claims she’s just as confident in “Converse and a t-shirt.” [V Magazine]

Fannings for fashion! While her little sister Elle Fanning stars in Miu Miu’s Spring 2014 campaignDakota Fanning is striping down to the basics for Uniqlo with British singer Tom Odell. [ELLE]

Paul Smith and Jonathan Saunders… unite? Rumor has it that the former recruited Saunders, and his fresh eye, to consult on its womenswear range. [Vogue UK]

Lupita Nyong’o has done it again! Last night, the Golden Globes nominee dazzled audiences on Jimmy Kimmel Live in a Panoramic Surfer Stripe Print dress from Jonathan Cohen Spring 2014 that retails at $1,995. Consider it wishlist-ed! [Glam Inbox]

Anna Wintour’s efforts in raising $125 million for The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute have paid off. The fixture will henceforth and forevermore be called the Anna Wintour Costume Center, complete with a $40 million renovation to fête its May 8th reopening. [Glam Chic]

Sorry, Kanye. No time to discuss Kim Kardashian‘s Vogue appeal with Lena Dunham on the February 2014 cover. [Glam Chic]

The house that Tamara Mellon built is founded on a “product not profit” philosophy, and it’s given her more time to focus on a non-fashion passion: women. “We’re setting up a foundation to promote women’s rights and gender equality,” she revealed during a lunch today to promote her line’s new offerings. Who runs the world? [Vogue UK]

You may think your favorite fashion blogger is rolling in the dough—and fabulous, free clothes—but appearances aren’t always what they seem. Take Bryanboy, for example. “It’s hard to put an exact figure when it comes to the percentage, but I’d say most of what I earn definitely goes back [into the business],” he told Fashionista, adding that taxes, travel, agent and manager commissions, and Fashion Month claim most of his income. [Fashionista]