Style Scoop: Behind the Scenes with Kendall and Karl, Tommy Hilfiger Pens A Memoir, Kate Spade Saturday Shuts Its Doors

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Being Karl Lagerfeld’s muse is certainly no cake-walk, but Kendall Jenner seems to be doing just fine at it. In a behind-the-scenes video from the “Karl Is Kolor” campaign shoot, both Jenner and Lagerfeld share their thoughts on one another, the designer dubbing the model “the girl of the moment.” Talk about high compliments. [Style.com]

Tommy Hilfiger is set to publish a memoir with Ballantine Books that will chronicle personal stories from his early childhood, through his origins in the fashion industry, and eventual triumph in building a multibillion-dollar brand. “Reflecting on my experiences in the fashion industry over the last 30-plus years has been a wild ride, filled with milestone moments that have defined both my career and personal life,” the designer said. The memoir will be published in the fall, coinciding with the 30th anniversary of the Tommy Hilfiger brand. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Say goodbye to Kate Spade Saturday—the brand will close all 16 of its stores in addition to its 12 Jack Spade stores due to weak sales forecasts for 2015. Kate Spade Saturday will become a sub-brand under Kate Spade, while Jack Spade will still be available to shop online. [Racked NY]

H&M is setting itself up to see huge growth in the next year by expanding its e-commerce business, growing the footprint of concept stores like & Other Stories, and expanding into new product categories. The retailer plans to open 400 brick and mortar stores this year and reach nine new markets online. Additionally, H&M will unveil H&M Beauty in 900 stores this fall, replacing its existing cosmetics lines with a new design concept. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Swarovski will host a champagne reception and private screening for Jupiter Ascending on Tuesday, February 3. The movie stars Channing Tatum, Mila Kunis, and Eddie Redmayne, and officially hits theaters February 6. Swarovski collaborated with costume designer Kym Barrett to incorporate over a million crystals into the costumes worn by the cast. [Glam Inbox]