Style Scoop: Dressing Deschanel, Carey Gets Cooking with Prada, Ringing in the Grammy Awards

By  January 27, 2014

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If this capsule isn’t the equivalent of a 1960s sartorial love letter, then we don’t know what is. Zooedy Deschanel, her nail art, and signature bangs, are professing their love for Tommy Hilfiger with To Tommy, From Zooey, a 16-piece range of red, white, and blue swing dresses that run from $98—$199. [ELLE]

No matter how much we loved Carey Mulligan as Daisy Buchanan, nothing excuses the offense she committed against this pricey Prada at the 2010 Oscars. After attending her first, and only Academy Awards ceremony to date, in a Prada dress adorned in utensils, Mulligan told British Vogue that she “got drunk at the end of the night and started ripping them off and giving them as presents to people.” Blasphemy! [The Cut]

We know how the saying goes: If you liked it, then you should’ve put a ring on it. If you’re Beyoncé or Rita Ora, you put a handful of the most extravagant cocktail rings on it, and call it a night—a Grammys night. The pair, both winners on last night’s red carpet, decked out their digits in Lorraine Schwartz and Cartier cocktail rings, Bey’s clocking in at a reasonable $10 million. [Pret-A-Reporter]

No, those double K’s have nothing to do with the Kardashians, this time around. California native and YMCMB emcee Tyga—whose fiancée is coincidentally BFFs with Kim K.—penned an essay of sorts for The Coveteur, in which he revealed the royal disposition of his clothing label Last Kings. “We’re really running a warehouse with cut-and-sew products,” he says of his design debut, adding that his customers “are the people who like streetwear and high fashion and want to maintain some individuality.” [The Coveteur]

Dior x Jennifer Lawrence, forever! Expect to see more of JLaw braving red carpets ’round the world in covetable creations from Raf Simons and the house of Dior. The starlet reportedly hustled her way into a three-year contract extension with the brand worth $15 to $20 million. [Glam]