Style Scoop: Apple Watch Is The Accessory of the Future, Galliano’s Dream Team, Saks Channels Kristen Wiig’s ‘Gilly’ For A Good Cause


Apple Watch first made its way onto the fashion scene with an appearance on Vogue China—and now, it has its own fashion-focused campaign. Photographed by David Sims and styled by Karl Templer via Business of Fashion, the shoot is very editorial, confirming that Apple Watch is the accessory of the future. [Fashion Gone Rogue]


Does John Galliano already have team members in mind for Maison Martin Margiela? It’s rumored that the designer has assembled a “dream team,” complete with fashion figures (including Vanessa Bellanger) he collaborated with while he was at Dior. As a house that “considers itself a collective under the guidance of a creative director,” it makes sense that Galliano is assembling a posse of sorts. Margiela has yet to confirm. [Vogue UK]

Saks Fifth Avenue paired up with a bunch of designers to launch a Saturday Night Live-inspired collection as part of its Key To The Cure campaign. Though it’s mostly inspired by Kristen Wiig’s famous, badly dressed character “Gilly,” the collection is actually pretty chic. With designs from Diane von Furstenberg, Suno, Rag & Bone, Alexander Wang, Alice + Olivia, Elizabeth and James and Eugenia Kim, things can’t go too wrong. [Huffington Post]

Elie Saab is opening up shop next to the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris. The 3,200-square-foot store will greet customers in the first half of 2015 and is said to feature a new brand concept combining fashion, interior design and lighting. The boutique will stock the label’s ready-to-wear collection, accessories and fragrances. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Remember last year when Macy’s Herald Square flagship opened its doors to shoppers at 8p.m. on Thanksgiving Day? It worked—and this year, stores across the country will open a full two hours earlier than that, at 6p.m. Turkey on the go, anyone? [Fashionista]