Style Scoop: Bloomingdales Crafts With Crayola, Gia Coppola Models Rodarte x Superga, Piperlime Is Having The Sale of the Century


Bloomingdale’s is turning to the King of color, Crayola, for spring color inspiration. Twelve contemporary designers, including Nanette Lepore, Rebecca Taylor, Rebecca Minkoff, Ronny Kobo, and Cynthia Rowley, created ready-to-wear styles in Crayola colors (with Crayola crayons) that were assigned to them. The project is part of the ongoing 100% Bloomingdale’s campaign promoting exclusive looks each season. [Women’s Wear Daily]


Gia Coppola appears in the ad campaign for the Rodarte x Superga capsule collection, available now. The sneakers feature signature Rodarte detailing like netting overlay, sequins, and exotic skins and are priced between $239 and $259. Shot by Colin Dodgson, the campaign captures Coppola enjoying some time on the grounds of a gorgeous Los Angeles estate. [Fashionista]

Piperlime is having the sale of the century today, offering 30% off sale items and an additional 50% off Final Sale items. Use code SALEONSALE on February 24 for serious deals on Rebecca Taylor, Cynthia Rowley, Parker, and Splendid goods. [Piperlime]

Less than three months after Lululemon debuted its first men’s store in SoHo, the retailer will open the doors to its women’s counterpart today. Lady Lululemon resides at 125 Prince Street, right across the street from LululeMEN. The women’s store will have a more feminine feel than the typical Lulu store. The store located at 481 Broadway will close (when is TBD) so as to focus on the new spaces. [Racked]

Condé Nast staffers are reportedly being encouraged to tweet about and Instagram their new digs—specifically the cafeteria. To generate buzz about the new eatery, Café 1WTC even has its own Instagram account. It features pictures of Pressed Juicery products, baked goods, and fruits in addition to the café’s incredible views and impressive spiral staircase. Kesha also visited and posed for a picture. [Page Six]