Style Scoop: Crashing Karlie’s Crib, Christopher Kane Gives a Hand, Dress Your Kid Like a Kardashian


Here’s your chance to go home with Karlie Kloss. The model debuted her first abode—a $1.97 million apartment in New York’s West Village—in the March issue of Vogue, telling the glossy that personalizing the space has given her a new sense of self. “As models, we're dressed in everyone else's design, but this is my space,” said Kloss. “It's definitely an opportunity for me to learn who I am.” [The Front Row View]

We’ve got to hand it to Christopher Kane. Not only did he challenge fashion’s structural status quo for Fall 2014 (like with amazing squiggle sleeves), he did so with a full range of bags, too. His London Fashion Week show consisted of eight handbag styles in all, signaling that he’s getting serious about accessories. [Fashionista]

Sisters KimKourtney, and Khloe Kardashian’s Kardashian Kids kollection will be available exclusively at Babies R Us starting March 15. So even though you’ll probably never be able to outfit your darling daughter in custom Air Yeezys or Céline wears, she’ll, in some capacity, be able to keep up with North West. [ELLE]

Attention to detail and handmade execution is normally definitive of high fashion and haute couture wears of the western world, but an exhibit in New Delhi is featuring craftmanship in traditional, Indian form. Through February 28th, the capital’s Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts is showcasing “twenty-three designers spanning fashion, jewelry, and interior design [who] were asked to create pieces using ancient practices in designs with a global appeal.” [The Daily Beast]

With warm weather on the horizon, we’ve even more reason to fall into The Gap. For its Spring 2014 campaign, the first under new creative director Rebekka Bay, Gap teamed with photographer David Sims to capture rising talent—like British singer Birdy and actress Julia Garner—in all their denim glory. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Anna Kendrick was right—we missed her and her cups when Pitch Perfect was gone. Lucky for us, a sequel is not far away, with Kendrick and Rebel Wilson reprising their roles and wardrobes. Costume designer Salvador Perez, who goes way back with the film’s director Elizabeth Banks, has been tapped to return and outfit Pitch Perfect 2. [The Hollywood Reporter]