Style Scoop: 3.1 Philip Lim Does Denim, Download the Clueless Closet, Vogue Dot Dot Dot


3.1 Phillip Lim designed a very sophisticated capsule collection of nothing but denim. The 12 styles include some new silhouettes like a “bralette,” a tailored blazer, wide-leg pants, convertible trench to be worn three ways and some old, a moto jacket made entirely of denim. The collection is available in boutiques and online right now. We’ll have one of everything, please. [The Cut]

This is for the girls (and guys!) who envied Cher Horowitz’s high tech closet in Clueless. You can have your chance at that closet thanks to StyleChat. The fashion app allows you to create collections from anywhere online, access your closet on the go, dress a selfie, and create a virtual closet… which could be dangerous considering that everything you find through the app is shoppable. Download at your own risk. [GLAM Inbox]

Vogue magazine is in it to win it when it comes to their web presence. The fashion bible has noticeably stepped up its Instagram game and covers—KimYe, anyone?—and now the magazine is building an army of web editors. The finally step will be the new site’s unveiling during September fashion week. We’ll be waiting. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Yoga to the people! The 2014 White Tour schedule is bringing the art of yoga to five major museums around the world in Barcelona, New York, Montreal, Toronto and Edmonton during the month of May. Tickets are $25 and will include a signature Lolë yoga mat. Proceeds from the new White by Lolëtm collection. [GLAM Inbox]

Here’s hoping Olivia Palermo does something stylish for her something blue! “I always like to incorporate pops of color,” she told Brides magazine. Heading down the aisle soon and want to look like the fashion IT girl? She has few tips: “Check out Marchesa, Oscar de la Renta, or Carolina Herrera’s shows online,” she told the glossy. “And even if your dream dress comes right off the rack, add your own touch. Play with color. It’s all about the styling!” she said. [E! News]

Theodora & Callum just inked a new licensing deal with Collection 18 that will produce their new line, T+C Theodora & Callum that will launch for resort 2014 with hats, cover-ups and the brands signature scarves retailing for $38 to $148. “It’s not about diffusion, it’s not about a secondary line—it’s how we do we take the energy [of Theodora & Callum] to to T+C Theodora & Callum and offer it to a broader audience,” cofounder Stefani Greenfield said. [Women’s Wear Daily]