Style Scoop: Cara Delevingne Is One Of The Guys, Forever 21 Gets Physical, House of DVF Gets Another Season

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Just call Cara Delevingne one of the guys. Not only does the 21-year-old appear alongside Sam Rollinson and Binx Walton for DKNY’s women’s spring campaign, but she’s also front and center in the men’s campaign. That’s right, Delevingne is all suit-and-tie (with models Ben Nordberg, Jackson Hale, and Sang Woo Kim) in the campaign, which was shot under the Williamsburg Bride in New York. We’re assuming this is her biggest “tomboy” dream come true. [Glamour UK]

Forever 21 is getting physical with model Shanina Shaik. The retailer launched a new high-tech active wear collection (available in stores and on Forever21.com now), made for the kind of high performance activity you swore you’d take on with that New Year’s Resolution. The collection boasts an awesome array of colors and prints in addition to high-tech features like gussets, key pockets, breathable fabric and wicking to keep you dry. [Glam Inbox]

Diane Von Furstenberg found herself a brand ambassador in Brittany Hampton after a season full of ups and downs with the cast of House of DVF. As Hampton takes on her new role, DVF and her team set out to find another Global Brand Ambassador in a second season of the show. Production begins during New York Fashion Week and will follow Hampton as she experiences her first term in the position she competed for on TV at the same time that she heads up the search for the next DVF girl. [Glam Inbox]

It’s the end of an era that never really started: that of Google Glass. Google will stop selling the smart glasses to individual customers after January 19. However, the company will continue to support its “Glass at Work” initiative, which sells the glasses to enterprise customers. Glass will also move out of the Google X research lab, becoming its own independent unit, setting the stage for a variety of Glass innovation. [TIME]

Rihanna, Sarah Jessica Parker, Rachel Feinstein, Jourdan Dunn, and Leandra Medine will lend their creative hands to Fendi for its new FENDI 3Baguette project. These iconic New York women were invited to personalize their own 3Baguette handbag, resulting in 5 incredibly creative and unique Fendi creations that will be available to purchase through a dedicated online auction site. Each woman has chosen a charitable organization to receive the proceeds from their customized bag. [Glam Inbox]