Style Scoop: Donna Karan’s Memoir, Behind The Scenes with Bey, A Few Ways Apple Is Making Us More Efficient


Over the course of her illustrious career, Donna Karan used clothes as her medium to tell stores. Now, she’s taking to the written word to share more of her thoughts about her experiences in fashion. From Anne Klein to Seven Easy Pieces to DKNY, Karan will pen a memoir that allows her (and her fans) to “look back and reflect on my journey.” [Women's Wear Daily]

We almost collapsed when CR Fashion Book revealed that Beyoncé was issue 5's cover star, and the emotions washed over us again when we watched the behind-the-scenes video from the shoot. “This is gonna be really fun,” Bey narrates in the video. Just another day in the life…[CR Fashion Book]

Apple’s newest crop of gadgets includes the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and the Apple watch—and, certainly, they’re aiming to make our lives easier and more efficient. Think: using your tech to pay for dinner, learn about discounts at department stores, track your baggage, cut the lines at Disney world and turn on your lights. Welcome to the future. [Huffington Post]

Of course, fashion’s future just took a walk down the runway at #NYFW, where it felt like one giant rave. From Jeremy Scott to Alexander Wang, everyone was doing it—there was no shortage of electronic tunes, random DJ appearances, neon or “kandi” (thanks, Miley) at this season’s shows. [Fashionista]

Barbie got in on the Fashion Week action by hosting a party with the CFDA. Designers Charlotte Ronson, Cynthia Vincent, Rebecca Taylor, Tess Giberson and WHIT's Whitney Pozgay all created one-of-a-kind looks for the Barbie Fashion Design Maker and revealed them at the exclusive fete. [Glam Inbox]

If you missed any part of the rave that was New York Fashion Week, Glam has you covered with our Fashion Week Insider hub. We summed it all up in recaps, interviews with designers, day-in-the-life slideshows and more, to make it easy for you to take it all in. Oh, and if you’re more visual and prefer Instagram to words, use #glamfwi on Instagram to follow Glam bloggers and editors on their fashion week journeys. [Glam Fashion Week Insider]

As we well know, Fashion Week doesn’t stop here—it only continues as it travels across the globe. Keep track of the fashion madness that graces city streets with eBay, which is crowdsourcing and curating photos of amazing street style and creating an instantly shoppable hub at You can share your own fashion inspiration using the hashtag #ShopInspired on Twitter and Instagram to be entered for a chance to win a trip to New York during Fashion Week in 2015. [Glam Inbox]