Style Scoop: Beyoncé Is Collaborating With Giuseppe Zanotti, H&M Preps For Coachella, & The End of Marc By Marc Jacobs - Glam

Style Scoop: Beyoncé Is Collaborating With Giuseppe Zanotti, H&M Preps For Coachella, & The End of Marc By Marc Jacobs

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What’s this we hear? High-heel extraordinaire Giuseppe Zanotti is collaborating with the one and only Beyoncé on a shoe. It’s unclear what the final product will look like but you can count on two things: a really, really high platform and a BeyHive freak out when the shoe goes on sale (read: gets sold out in under a minute, no matter how high the price). [Forbes]

H&M is setting up shop at Coachella next month with a retail and technology-focused tent. The retailer will sell pieces from its H&M Loves Coachella Collection, some of which will only be available at the festival. The rest of the collection is on sale at H&M stores in North America and is priced from $4.95 to $49.95. The tent will also boast a 360-degree selfie station and a scanner that produces photos claiming to capture a person’s aura. How Coachella. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Marc by Marc Jacobs will be discontinued and absorbed into the primary Marc Jacobs line. The newly expanded, single-label Marc Jacobs line will encompass a range of merchandise and price points from luxury to contemporary. This means that MBMJ creative director Katie Hillier’s and women’s design director Luella Bartley’s roles are up in the air. They both joined in May 2013, but it’s unclear whether they’ll continue to work with the brand. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Yesterday’s announcement that Peter Dundas was taking over creative direction at Roberto Cavalli left the top spot at Emilio Pucci open. And, just like that, it’s been filled. MSGM designer Massimo Giorgetti will be Pucci’s next creative director and will show his first collection at Milan Fashion Week in September. [The Cut]

Well, this is provocative. Proenza Schouler released a video inspired by the Emmy-winning HBO documentary series Taxi Cab and HBO’s late-night show Real Sex. The video, Legs Are Not Doors, features Proenza Schouler-clothed actresses and models including Chloe Sevingy, Liv Tyler, Binx Walton, Fei Fei Sun, Raina Hamner, Solveig Almaas, Laura Love, Liya Kebede, India Salvor Menuez, and Olympia Scarry confessing (weird) random thoughts. Just watch. [Fashion Week Daily]

Vera Wang tells all in a series of videos for Kohl’s in support of the designer’s ongoing collaboration with the retailer. In the videos, she talks about what inspires her as well as her experience working with Kohl’s. In a Q&A video, Wang doles out a valuable piece of advice: “Do something you really love. If you love it, it’ll get you through the hard times.” [Glam Inbox]

Wondering where you’ll be able to get your hands on the Kanye West x Adidas Originals collection come fall? Look no further: the line will be available at Barneys. Executive vice president and general merchandise manager for Barneys Tom Kalenderian said, “The product is right for the moment.” Details are not yet finalized but—surprise, surprise—it’s all really, really happening for Kanye. [Women’s Wear Daily]