Style Scoop: Cara Delevingne Loves Cecil, Jessica Simpson Understands Her Consumers, Juicy Couture Made Athletic Wear Fashionable



Cara Delevingne has a new love in her life and she isn’t afraid to show it. Literally. The model adopted an adorable bunny rabbit who has already met Rita Ora, owns a Chanel box and get this, has 45,000 Instagram followers. No word if Choupette has reached out to rabbit yet. [Fashionista]

Jessica Simpson knows what the people want. “I think my brand has surpassed my name and my celebrity,” Simpson said during the Forbes Women’s Summit. She says this is in part because, “she understands consumers, having been ‘every size.’” [Women’s Wear Daily]

Longtime BFFS turned business partners, Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor started Juicy Couture with $200 and changed the way the modern woman viewed athletic wear. “Ultimately we hit on the track suit which struck a major chord with women around the world,” Nast-Taylor said. “It came at a time when women’s roles were vastly changing and the track suit could take you shopping with a pair of trainers, to dinner with a little Chanel jacket and Manolo kitten heels—anywhere, really. The world followed LA in dressing more casually embracing comfort and fit. We made athletic wear fashionable for modern woman. It was an avalanche!” [The Zoe Report]

As speculation continues to grow surrounding Kimye’s wedding, we want to know: Who is designing Kim Kardashian’s dress? [GLAMChic]

Come one, come all! Gilt City is back with its signature event—the Gilt NY Warehouse sale! Featuring top designer brands, from men’s and women’s fashion to home accessories, kids, goods and more, this is your chance to snag to up to 90% off the retail price. The event takes place on Saturday, May 17th from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Altman Building, 135 West 18th Street, New York 10011. Buy your tickets here. [GLAM Inbox]