Style Scoop: Arby’s Wins the Pharrell Hat War, Red Carpet Pose 101, Katie Holmes Heads out of Fashion


It’s not quite revenge of the roast beef connoisseur, but Arby’s is reclaiming ownership of its signature chapeau. The fast food chain bought Pharrell’s Vivienne Westwood Grammys hat for $44,100 on eBay—all to be donated to the From One Hand to AnOTHER charity—and topped the purchase off with a pre-Academy Awards, good luck tweet. [ELLE]

Charlize in Dior. Anne in Gucci. Kate in Versace. The Oscars’ elite certainly won awards in the style department, but the real victory is in wearing designer duds, not having exorbitant gowns wear you. Thanks to expert advice from celebrity stylists like Jason Bolden and Rachel Johnson, channel your favorite A-listers who’ve mastered the art of the red carpet pose. [The Daily Beast]

Holmes & Yang is no more. Five years after uniting on the fashion front, Katie Holmes and her design partner Jeanne Yang have split for undisclosed reasons, leaving their eponymous clothing line—which was absent at New York Fashion Week and no longer stocked at Barneys—behind. [Vogue UK]

With spring on the horizon, we have plenty to look forward to, like crop tops galore, bright lippies, and new kicks from Taylor Swift x Keds. The country crooner released a playful assortment of the classic canvas wears, available online for a cool $55. [Glam Inbox]

From Kate Spade to Charlotte Olympia, fashion houses are repurposing Chinese takeout cartons as designer bags for Fall 2014. When Glam conceived our Takeout Takeover series, we certainly didn’t have this in mind! [Fashionista]

When Lupita Nyong’o finally got her hands on the Best Supporting Actress Oscar, we couldn’t help but notice her manicure. Deborah Lippmann, who’s been responsible for lacing Lupita’s digits in magic all awards season, opted for a shimmery, peachy-pink La Vie En Rose hue, quite apt for her epic win. Bonus: it’ll cost you just $18 to duplicate. [The Coveteur]

Those sheer Lululemon yoga pants can’t hold Sheree Waterson back. The former athletic apparel chief has stepped up as the new president and chief product officer of Nasty Gal—where anything sheer, goes! [Refinery 29]