Style Scoop: Elie Tahari Gets Sporty, Lauren Conrad Sits Down With E!, Kendall Jenner Dances Around In Lingerie

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Elie Tahari is getting in on the "athleisure" trend just in time for a sporty spring. The line has its own logo and hangtag and is completely separate from the designer’s collection line. It will be available for pre-sale at ElieTahari.com on January 5 and will hit stores in February. “It’s about feeling luxury, but dressing down,” Tahari explained. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Lauren Conrad is set to appear on E!’s Pop Innovators series on Thursday. Topics of discussion include her experience with fame and growing up in the spotlight, as well as her ever-expanding empire. The show tells the story of Conrad’s journey from the small screen to big-time designer, author and lifestyle expert. The episode airs at 8PM. [Glam Inbox]

Kendall Jenner isn’t finished with 2014 quite yet. The model boosted her resume ten-fold this year, but she teamed up with Love magazine (again) to end the year with a bang. The 19-year-old model appears in a short holiday-themed film dancing (alongside a slimmed-down, ab-tastic Santa) to Katy Perry’s “California Girls” in a black lace Philipp Plein ensemble. It’s a little awkward, but a lot endearing, and Jenner looks stunning. [Fashionista]

Sources are saying that Carven has its eye on French designer Alexis Martial as a successor to Guillaume Henry, who exited the brand last September. As Henry heads to Nina Ricci on January 5, we’re endlessly curious about what will happen at the house he left behind. Apparently, Carven is in contract talks with Martial, who is currently creative director of Iceberg’s women’s wear line. Stay tuned for updates. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Misha Nonoo teamed up with Aldo for her first foray into footwear. Her collaborative collection (which is a part of the Aldo Rise initiative) consists of footwear and handbags, and will hit shelves in March. Nonoo went on a 12-hour designing spree to create the capsule collection, which was fueled by a lot of “delicious chocolate treats,” according to the designer. [Women’s Wear Daily]