Style Scoop: Alexander Wang Gets Floral, Marc Jacobs Postpones NYFW, Justin Bieber x Essence Cosmetics


Jazzy jeweler Pamela Love is bringing one of her best pieces back to life for a great cause at MADE Fashion Week, a NYFW alternative that showcases collections from Cushnie et Ochs, Tabatha Simmons, Houghton, and more. Love has re-imaginged her Talon necklace in rose gold and gunmetal to promote sustainable design at the MADE x Lexus VIP lounge during the fall 2013 shows. [ELLE]

Justin Bieber is bringing a beauty partner on his “Believe” Tour, and we're not talking Selena Gomez. The pop sensation is joining forces with bargain beauty brand Essence for the US and European leg of his tour to host beauty pop-ups, ticket sweepstakes, and meet-and-greets with the Canadian superstar. [GLAM Inbox]

Marc Jacobs has pushed back his Fall 2013 fashion week show, but it has nothing to do with the blizzard. Essential accessories and textiles for his collection encountered difficulties at customs, forcing the designer to push his runway back from February 11 to the last day of New York shows, February 14. It our books, that just makes for a super stylish Valentine's Day. [GLAM Chic]

If there's one man who knows how to tone florals down so that they're exceptionally chic, it's Balenciaga creative director Alexander Wang. He collaborated with famed florist Jeff Leatham to create the Floating Hydrangeas installation comprising 3,000 white hydrangeas at his namesake SoHo flagship. The seasonal display, which went up today, also coincides with the store's two-year anniversary. [GLAM Inbox]

Speaking of Wang, the daughter of his good friend Carine Roitfeld has some big news. Mommies around the world can expect a new dose of chic inspiration thanks to new mom Julia Restoin-Roitfeld. The model and designeris launching an online magazine in a few weeks about motherhood and pregnancy. [New York Post]

After nearly two years at the helm of Essence magazine, its editor-in-chief Constance White is leaving the publication. [ELLE]

The king of American prep, Tommy Hilfiger has his sights set west… far west. The designer is repositioning his eponymous label with the opening of his first Los Angeles boutique on Robertson Boulevard, after closing his Rodeo Drive location in 2001. [WWD]