Style Scoop: Cara Delevingne Prefers Plastics, Jessie J. Braves the Bald, Wes Anderson Tastes Prada Candy


It's no surprise that Cara Delevingne continues to take over fashion runways, blogs, and Twitter timelines 'round the world, especially now that she's the subject of Karl Lagerfeld's lens. The venerable Chanel and Fendi head shot the 20-year-old for his collaboration with Brazilian brand, Melissa, which included a cover on the company's quarterly magazine Plastic Dreams. [Telegraph]

Although Red Nose Day was officially observed last Friday, it's worth noting that the “do something funny for money” initiative is still going strong with celebrity support and a campaign that's raised over $110 million to combat poverty and injustice worldwide. From celebrities rocking red noses, to Rihanna's Instagram nod to the program, one of those famed backers includes UK songstress Jessie J. who shaved her head to raise awareness for the Comic Relief organization. [Grazia Daily]

Their 12-second ad for Prada Candy may be much shorter than their acclaimed Moonrise Kingdom collaboration, but Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola's super-short clip for the brand's perfume is just so… sweet. [Prada]

The Man Repeller's Leandra Medine has been everywhere these days, from holiday videos with BFF Rebecca Minkoff to Glossybox delights that brightened up our winter, and now, her latest collaboration has dropped. Medine's capsule collection with PJK is on sale now, boasting the blogger's first clothing range. [ELLE]

Thanks to H&M, we've been able to stock up on affordable creations from Marni, Versace, and Maison Martin Margiela. But now, the European company is bringing a more sophisticated, in-house collection stateside. Daniel Kulle, president of the chain's U.S. stores, told WWD that Cos will be coming to American stores “for sure.” [Racked]

Tory Burch may be fashion's latest billion-dollar baby, but Kate Spade and her eponymous label may soon be following suit. Craig Leavitt, CEO for Spade's namesake company, said he projects the brand to earn $2 billion over the next four years, and that the now $800 million-dollar company is “on its way to $4 billion.” [WWD]