Style Scoop: Narciso Rodriguez for Kohl’s, Georgia May Jagger is New Face of Just Cavalli Fragrance, Robyn Lawley is Ralph Lauren’s First Plus-Size Model

By  September 21, 2012

If you can’t get your hand on one of Narciso Rodriguez‘s $395 wool-jersey blend tees or his $1,995 leather and crepe cocktail dresses, now’s your time to celebrate. For as little as $64, you can buy a limited-edition design that the Jersey native created for DesigNation at Kohl’s. And if Zoe Saldana is already a fan, we’re sure it’ll sell out fast after its November 7th debut. [LA Times]

Adam Levine may have “Moves Like Jagger,” but Cavalli is staking claim over the Jagger mug. Georgia May Jagger, the Roberto Cavalli-coined “playful temptress,” will be taking over as the face of the new Just Cavalli fragrance, in stores February 13th. [WWD]

Tom Ford has been MIA on the runways as of late, opting to show collections through press appointments only. But confirmation that he’ll be showing menswear in London next January has many believing he’s bringing his women’s collections back to the runway. [VOGUE]

Ralph Lauren is making brand history by featuring plus-size model Robyn Lawley in its latest campaign. Lawley, who covered VOGUE Italia’s plus-size issue, is the first full-figured model the company featured in an ad. [Huffington Post]

Louis Vuitton’s Geraldo da Conceicao will be getting a new start at Sonia Rykiel next month. The current LV design director has been named Rykiel’s new artistic director, succeeding April Crichton. [Telegraph]

If New York Fashion Week was deduced to a list of class superlatives, then the posh Victoria Beckham would reign as most popular — or at least, most tweeted about. The pop star-cum-fashion designer was the most Twitter-worthy designer of the week, gaining 57,000 new followers and 17,000 mentions.  [VOGUE UK]

Condé Nast made history today, announcing Keija Minor as its new head of Brides magazine. Minor, formerly the EIC at Uptown magazine, is the first woman of color to hold an editor-in-chief title at Condé Nast. [MediaBistro]