Style Scoop: Angels in Action, A Dover Street Date, Fifty Shades of Lingerie


Though fashion insiders witnessed Karlie KlossAdriana Lima, and Cara Delevingne assume Angels form during the November 13th taping of the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, it wasn't until last night that lacy underpinnings and the long legs in them ruled primetime TV. In case you and your DVR missed it, here are a few GIFs to fawn over. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

With just 10 days until Comme des Garçons’ Dover Street Market opens to the public, acclaimed journalist Suzy Menkes spoke with Rei Kawakuboabout how the 71-year-old designer will offer a “stronger, even more forward-looking, even more stimulating shop” to help “redefine shopping in New York City.” The 18,000-square-foot space, with its complete with a “cult French bakery” and “experimental sound system” will house brands like A.P.C., Prada, Simone Rocha, Christopher Kane, and of course, all 15 CDG lines. [T Magazine]

You can now channel your inner Anastasia Steele with a range of lingerie designed by the book's author E.L. James. The KappAhl manufactured line runs in red, black, and of course grey, and costs a maximum of $81.86 compared to Agent Provocateur's luxury Fifty-inspired line. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Get those passports ready! Ted Baker is giving you the chance at a romantic, four-night getaway to Abu Dhabi with a stay at the plush St. Regis Hotel. All you've got to do is find your significant other under the mistletoe, pucker up, and share your smooch with the #KissTed hashtag on Twitter or Instagram for a chance to win. [Glam Inbox]

With holiday celebrations in full swing, and the gifts that go with them, make sure you give thanks in style. Jewelry brand Alison Lou teamed with Dempsey and Carroll—stationery engravers since 1878—on charming thank-you notes with “stalk me” cards to share your social media handles and “Naughty or Nice” illustrations that'll make any recipient smile. [ELLE]

Do you run a brand looking to capitalize on loyal consumers? Turn to Facebook. A recent survey from Social Media Link ruled that 68% of active social media users trust product and service recommendations on the Mark Zuckerberg platform more than retail sites, Pinterest, YouTube, Twitter, and Google+. [WWD]

Take a page out of Iman, (our girl crush) Hannah Bronfman, or fashion editor Christina Pérez's Beauty Diarieswith Glamour. The Condé Nast publication launched a multimedia experience that will give you access to their beauty tips, arsenals, and archives. [Glam Inbox]