Style Scoop: Beyonce’s Full VOGUE Power Issue Spread, Elle Fanning Is Candy in NY Mag, Reed Krakoff Cooks Up Macaroons


It is without a doubt that 2013 is shaping up to be the year of the killer Bey — Beyoncé, that is. We all know about the Inauguration, Superbowl halftime performance, last night's Grammy win, her “Life Is But a Dream” HBO documentary, and of course, the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour. Now, the full spread of her forseen return as VOGUE's cover girl has arrived. See the “Crazy In Love” class act starring in the magazine's March 2013 “Power” issue decked out in Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, Oscar de la Renta, and Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci in the Patrick Demarchelier-shot feature. [VOGUE]

Fashionistas know a thing or two about going crazy for meringue-like macaroons, and thanks to the latest collaboration between Reed Krakoff and Ladurée, the chicly-clothed can enjoy them in the sleekest color of them all: back. [TIME]

Dakota Fanning's little sister Elle Fanning is a candy-coated cover girl for the March issue of New York Magazine. Shot by Will Cotton, the “Maleficient” lead Fanning wears a Derek Lam dress reconstructed out of candy wrappers, Chanel wrappers made from gumballs, and an Erdem creation with frosted embroidery. Sweet![The Cut]

In its fifth installment of Miu Miu Tales featuring films by distinct female directors, the Prada label is spotlighting “The Door” by Ava DuVernay.Starring Gabrielle Union, Alfre Woodard, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Adepero Oduye, and Goapele, this short centers in on female bonds, change, and renewal. Watch it here. [GLAM Inbox]

While Christian Louboutin makes cameo classroom appearances at the Paris College of Art, former Dior head John Galliano may be eyeing a scholastic status of his own. Now finishing up a residency at Oscar de la Renta, Galliano is rumored to be scoping out fashion schools to start one-on-one mentorships with budding designers. [Telegraph]

After bringing the WWD CEO Summit to the mobile and tech front, Andrew Allen and Georg Petschnigg of FiftyThree Inc. are at it again, sketching New York Fashion Week on their Paper app. So far, they've brought moments from Diane von Furstenberg, Jeremy Liang, and Alexander Wang to life. [WWD]

Ever wanted to get your hands on a Donna Karan exclusive, but strayed away from the splurge because of the designer price tag? Well Rent The Runway is to the rescue. The New York-based designer created a capsule collection of gowns and cocktail looks that retail for up to $3,000, but can be yours to rent for $275 to $400. [Rent the Runway]