Style Scoop: Coach’s Dreamy Fall Campaign (Round 2), Romeo Beckham Scores Burberry…Again, Fashion Police Will Live On


Coach debuted its second marketing push for the fall collection—a campaign called “Coach Dreamers.” This leg of its fall campaign, shot by Mikael Jansson, features four up-and-coming talents: singers Banks and Zoe Kravitz, Odeya Rush and Christopher Abbott. To creative director Stuart Vevers, “The ‘Coach Dreamers’ talks to a different part of our audience and says something different with the clothes.” [Glam Inbox]

It turns out that being photogenic kind of runs in the Beckham family. Son of Victoria and David Beckham, Romeo, appears in his second campaign for Burberry. A spokesperson for the brand told Fashionista that the campaign will drop in November, but remained tight-lipped about who else will co-star. [Fashionista]

E!’s Fashion Police will live on, with Joan Rivers’ legacy as its driving force. The late Rivers’ daughter, Melissa Rivers, confirmed during Fashion Police: Remembering Joan special that the show will continue. “We’re going to hit pause for a little while, but Fashion Police will be back in January,” she said. There’s no word yet on who might try to fill the irreplaceable comedian’s shoes. [Vanity Fair]

As Nicky Hilton sets off to promote her book 365 Style, the 30-year-old is unveiling a capsule collection with Canada’s eLuxe. The e-tailer manufactures products for a variety of bloggers, influences and actresses. This collection will include baby-doll dresses and body-con sheaths with mesh detail. Hilton has been designing handbags, accessories and her own fashion brand for the past 15 years. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Business of Fashion has released its list of the 500 most influential people in fashion. The list is made of up figures from all countries and all sides of the industry. Anna Wintour and Cara Delevingne might be two of the most widely-recognized name on this list, but they’ve got exceptional company in the form of executives, designers, founders and directors. [Business of Fashion]