Style Scoop: Carine Roitfeld Does DVF, Barbie Loads on London Looks, Lily Collins Covers ELLE UK for September


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Just because she favored a $9.50 pair of disposable overalls doesn't mean Carine Roitfeld has taken a departure from high style. The esteemed stylist was recruited by wrap-dress diva Diane von Furstenberg to outfit Daria Werbowy for DVF's Fall 2013 campaign. Sebastian Faena lensed the ad, an image that lady DVF says is a nod to the brand's beginnings. “This campaign, like the collection it represents, is really about getting back to our roots,” von Furstenberg said according to Grazia Daily. “It is about empowering women to be the rock star and the muse of their own lives.” [Grazia Daily]

Her closet may be full of all-American styles from Trina Turk and Coach, but Barbie has an eye for avant-garde London looks too. When Selfridges opens its new Toy Shop this week, the plastic primadonna and her dashing Ken will be dressed in British labels like Sister by Sibling, Fred Butler, and Nasir Mazhar. The 15 new, one-off Barbie dolls will be sold in the shop along with collector's editions from the icon's archives. [Style]

She's already turned Seventeenfor one September cover, and now Lily Collins is serving serious fashion for ELLE UKThe Mortal Instruments star posed in a lacy dress that screamed Lana Del Rey for one of the magazine's Max Abadian-shot covers, and then reminded us of a younger Victoria Beckham in the accompanying spread. In other words, she looks absolutely fierce! [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Fancy a frittata, Fern Mallis style? The woman credited for founding New York Fashion Week apparently knows her way around the kitchen; she shared two of her favorite recipes with ELLE and has us wanting to try our hand at entertaining before the summer ends. [ELLE]

“The kids in Brooklyn dress better than the adults in most of the rest of the country, which is the truth.” It may sound like a bold claim, but casting director and Planet Awesome Kid blogger Julia Samersova stands by that and the boom of baby fashionistas featured across the world wide web. Blue Ivy can't be the only trendy toddler, can she? [CNN]

A clip filled with cute kittens, flower fields, and Bon Iver? No, it isn't the Kanye collaborator's latest video; it's the promo for his new vegan shoes, on sale to benefit the Best Friends Animal Society. [The Cut]

Remember how Penélope Cruz said she cast Irina Shayek to star in her L'Agent directorial debut because she was “vivacious” enough to “keep the audience’s attention?” Now that the short film has dropped, we can see why. [Agent Provocateur]