Style Scoop: Celebrating Carine, Taylor Swift Lands Vogue, Stella McCartney Does Pink Lingerie for Breast Cancer Awareness


There were a whole lot of sheer black frocks at Tuesday evening’s most exclusive bash to mark the launch of issue 5 of CR Fashion BookCarine Roitfeld. Ciara, Miranda Kerr, Kim Kardashian, Selena Gomez, Cara Delevingne, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Kendall Jenner, Kanye West, Karl Lagerfeld and Riccardo Tisci were all in attendance—making it just about the coolest party you could’ve been invited to out of all of Paris Fashion Week. Oh, almost forget to mention that Justin Bieber was there, too? [The Cut]

As if Taylor Swift hasn’t shown time and time again that she’s got a great eye for fashion (you know, like when she leaves the gym looking perfect), she’s proven it once and for all by landing the cover of the November issue of Vogue UK. The singer talks about her dating life (duh) and her art in the feature story and looks all around pretty in pastels in the shoot. [Vogue UK]

Stella McCartney is marking Breast Cancer Awareness month with a special hot-pink range of her Gemma Relaxing lingerie range. A percentage of profits from the sales of the line will benefit the Linda McCartney Centre in Liverpool, specifically to find a new mammography suite at the center. Kate Moss models the bra in a photoshoot that'll “support” the campaign. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Pharrell Williams will be playing four dates at the Zenith concert venue in Paris, and to celebrate, Colette brought together his recent product designs and collaborations to offer in store. An exclusive coffret of six Ladurée macaroons will be available, in addition to his Moynat leather goods, Adidas sweatshirts, Timberland boots and Comme des Garçons fragrance. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Phillip Lim lent his design talent to the Blitz project at Lane Crawford. The designer created three key styles for the Hong Kong-based retailer using exotics. This is the first time Lim has worked in exotics, but hopefully it won’t be the last—“Never say never,” he said.” I do what I believe in.” The limited edition bags are go sale today and will be sold for six weeks in Lane Crawford stores. [Women’s Wear Daily]