Style Scoop: Cara Delevingne Goes Bombshell for Allure, Marc by Marc Jacobs Wants You, Kimye Has Landed In Paris


Are you suffering from Cara-overload yet? Hope not, because the Brit beauty appears on the cover of Allure’s October issue—and inside, she poses nude. Even if you do feel like she’s everywhere lately (which she is), consider this cover somewhat of a departure from her usual image. Cara Delevingne’s face appears buried in a bustle of blonde, bodacious curls that threaten to overpower her most coveted feature: those brows. We still see them, though. [E! Online]

Marc by Marc Jacobs fans: get your selfie sticks going, because the brand is taking to social media, yet again, to cast its next campaign. After a successful search via Twitter and Instagram, MBMJ cast its fall 2014 campaign with a “real model” and is hoping to do the same for the next one. Desirable features include blue hair, so start bleaching now. [The Cut]

Kimye has landed in Paris. Despite fairly mild temperatures, the fashion-minded couple arrived blanketed in winter garb on Wednesday. Never one to shy away from making a statement (hello, did you witness the wedding that essentially was a mom-and-pop version of Paris Fashion Week?), Kanye West sported an intricate chevron haircut. Kim was nearly swallowed in an impossibly luxurious coat. Any guesses as to which shows the West family (and, likely, Kendall Jenner) will attend? For some reason, Givenchy, Valentino, Balmain and Chanel seem likely. [Fashionista]

Victoria Beckham will open her London flagship store—or, in her words, her “second home”—on Thursday. The Dover Street space was designed by architect Farshid Moussavi, whose past works include the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland. Taking on somewhat of a concept store personality, Beckham says of the space, “For the first time, it’s my designs, my vision. This is how I feel the clothes should be showcased, how I like them to be seen. That’s been very exciting for me—to buy what I believe the customer wants.” [Women’s Wear Daily]

On Tuesday evening, Sarah Jessica Parker hosted the New York City Ballet’s opening Gala, where dancers took the stage in costumes designed by Carolina Herrera, Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton, Thom Browne and Mary Katrantzou. The idea behind the costumes was “for each designer to team up with a choreographer to develop unique ensembles that were both visually stunning and fully functional. []