Style Scoop: DVF Signs With Brown Shoe Co., Zoolander and Hansel Strike A Pose, Stella McCartney Covers BOF’s Print Issue


“I love my legs, but I count on my feet,” said Diane von Furstenberg. “Nothing is more important than shoes for the confident, sexy woman on-the-go.” Perhaps that’s why DVF has signed a deal with Brown Shoe Co. to product a women’s footwear collection that will launch in time for resort 2016. Always looking out for the practical working woman, DVF’s shoe collection will have a little bit of everything, ranging in price from $150 for sandals to $595 for boots. [Women’s Wear Daily]

It’s not possible that you’ve already forgotten about that time when Zoolander and Hansel brought Blue Steel back to the runway at Valentino. But incase you have, the fashion house has released four images shot in Paris right after that runway moment. We’re hoping there’s more where these came from. [Fashionista]

Stella McCartney fronts the fourth print issue of The Business of Fashion, which comes out on March 30th. The issue focuses on sustainability and other issues facing the luxury fashion industry. According to BOF founder and editor Imran Amed, “The fashion industry is the second most polluting industry in the world, after oil. As the BOF team thought about pioneering individuals in the industry who have developed businesses that address the issue head-on, Stella McCartney was the first person to come to mind.” [The Cut]

Looks like Kendall isn’t the only Jenner brushing up on her modeling skills. Little sis Kylie Jenner shared photos on Instagram from a photoshoot, for which she sported a cut-out bikini and flaunted a whole lot of skin. Neave Bozorgi captured the reality star in a series of black and whites that show off Jenner’s extra long hair, extra lush eyelashes and (duh) extra bold lips. [Fashion Gone Rogue

Mary Katrantzou is the winner of this year’s BFC/Vogue Prize, which was awarded in London. The designer beat out competitors Osman, Holly Fulton, Michael van der Ham, Mother of Pearl, Sophia Webster and Emilia Wickstead, who were all in the running to win high-level mentoring for a year and 200,000 pounds to put towards developing their business. Already quite an accomplished designer, we can’t see what’s next for the innovative Katrantzou. [Women’s Wear Daily]