Style Scoop: Cindy Crawford Remains a ‘Muse,’ Emma Hill Leaves Mulberry, Christian Siriano Debuts Resort


Those iconic Herb Ritts and Peter Lindbergh photos may have been captured decades ago, but Cindy Crawford proves she's still got it for the summer 2013 issue of Muse Magazine. At 47 years young, the industry vet models Ralph Lauren, Céline, and a namesake Reformation sweatshirt for Mariano Vivanco's cover story. With Naomi Campbell's television takeover and Christy Turlington's Harper's Bazaar cover, this could be the return of the original supermodelCara Delevingne and company, take note. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Emma Hill's six-year stint as creative director of Mulberry has come to an end. “Mulberry confirms that Emma has informed the company that she wishes to leave after a very successful period at Mulberry during which she has built a strong and talented creative team working for her,” read a statement from the brand. “The main spring/summer 2014 collection has been completed and Emma continues to work in the business finalizing the London Fashion Week collection which will be launched on September 15, 2013.” Hill, who is responsible for the Alexa and Del Rey handbags, has remained mum on the matter, but rumors are swirling that she could be succeeding Reed Krakoff at Coach—that is, if Marc Jacobs doesn't sign on first. [Vogue UK]

Welcome to the wonderful world of resort, Christian Siriano. The Project Runway alum debuted his first cruise collection this season in a very intimate setting: his home. “My favorite part is the skylights,” the 27-year-old said about showing at his apartment. “During the day it is so bright you feel like you're living in a Parisian palace.” Also worthy of regal regard were his designs, where contrasting black and white ruled. [ELLE]

There's a new Boss at Hugo and you can call him Mr. Wu. Michelle Obama's inauguration favoriteJason Wu, has been tapped as the artistic director of Hugo Boss womenswear. “I have long been a fan of Hugo Boss's vast tradition and lineage in extraordinary tailoring,” said Wu, who will still head his own namesake line. “With the state-of-the-art facilities that are unique to the Hugo Boss design labs, I plan to develop a strong, feminine womenswear collection that reciprocates the brand's authority in menswear.” [GLAM Chic]

Burberry is banking on Angela Ahrendts. Not only has the fashion executive ascended in ranks as the world's most powerful mom, she also reigns as Britain's highest-paid CEO. With a £16.9 million salary, Ahrendts is the first woman to ever be named the richest person in Britain business. [Vogue UK]

Speaking of Londontown, it's about to get a dose of Parisian flair. Chanel has opened a 12,600-square-foot space on New Bond Street near Louis Vuitton and Dior. We're sure Rihanna will stop by after her Twickenham Stadium show on Saturday. [WWD]

Dita von Teese in 3D? Tell us more! A gown designed for the vintage vixen using 3D printing technology will go on display at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art next week. The structural feat from Lady Gaga costume designer Michael Schmidt and architect Francis Bitonti took four months to make, and weighs in at 11.5 pounds thanks to lacquered nylon covered in 12,000 Swarovski crystals. [T Magazine]