Style Scoop: Behind Pharrell’s Big Hat, Michael Costello’s Beyonce Moment, Pay for Marc Jacobs in Tweets


It’s now been two days since the 56th annual Grammy Awards, and no, talk over Pharrell’s hat has yet to die down. But the criticism over his headgear may finally come to a screeching halt. After some digging, we found that what many deemed a fashion faux pas was actually a cultural nod to a Vivienne Westwood hat worn by Malcolm McLaren and the World's Famous Supreme Team in 1982. Hats off to you, Pharrell. [The Cut]

According to Project Runway alum Michael Costello, the show-stopping gown he designed for Beyoncé’s Grammys moment comprised three layers: “a white lace, a nude illusion mesh, and another layer underneath it with magical fairies, holding up all the flowers.” But will we, fans of the designer and singer alike, ever be able to get the look? Maybe—that is if Costello makes a A “user-friendly version under $1,500.” [Pret-a-Reporter]

Looking to add some Marc Jacobs items to your stock? You’re just a tweet, Instagram snapshot, or Facebook post away. From February 7th-9th, the brand will call the Daisy Marc Jacobs Tweet Shop home, where “customers” can exchange an #MJDaisyChain social share for designer swag. [Fashionista]

Everybody get your roll on… with Kiehl’s. The Since 1851 skincare line is spreading love, the Brooklyn way, in celebration of its 124 Montague Street opening on January 31st. Aside from small bites, photo booth fun, and a chance to win Kiehl’s gift cards, the fête will offer complimentary passes to Homage Brooklyn Skate Shop & Skate Academy. [Glam Inbox]

If Cameron Diaz and Jenna Dewan Tatum are your celeb fitspirations, you can channel them during your next workout with WHITE by Lolë. The celeb-friendly activewear brand’s newest offerings include lace, silk, and cashmere accents that feature a “combination of femininity and technical finess, for a truly chic line celebrating the spirit of yoga.” [Lolë Women]

Yoana Baraschi is Fall-ing for GEMS with her upcoming collection. The designer, who recently collaborated on a dress for charity with Olivia Wilde, is dedicating her Fall 2014 presentation to Girls Educational & Mentoring Services, New York state’s only specifically geared toward girls and young women who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking. [Glam Inbox]

Pop music’s British Invasion has now reached the 50-year mark, a perfect occasion for Vans to join in on vintage fanfare. The brand is launching a Beatles capsule with $65—$75 sneakers emblazoned in Yellow Submarine paraphernalia. [ELLE]

Erin Fetherston realness for only $29.99? Where do we sign up?! The designer is the latest CFDA member to team up with JewelMint for its Studio Series. Her range, dropping February 3rd, includes eight pieces of delicate jewelry and a rose-gold cat-ears headband for more adventurous types. [Refinery 29]