Style Scoop: Ellen Enters Her Next Phase, Kendall in Kouture, Gwen Stefani Returns to NYFW


Ellen DeGeneres is ready to take on a new role: interior designer! “I’m not trying to launch a little boutique situation, DeGeneres said of her new lifestyle brand, E.D., which will debut in October/November with a holiday capsule collection of home decor. “My strategy in everything I do is to work with incredible people. I want to work with the most talented, extraordinary, unusual and creative people in the world.” J. Christopher Burch of Creative Capital, will be part of the talk show host’s “amazing” all-star team. For, E.D., DeGeneres has also brought on Marisa Gardini, longtime president and chief executive officer of Isaac Mizrahi, Michael Francis, chief global brand officer of DreamWorks Animation and former global chief marketing officer of Target Corp., and Janet Grove, former chief executive officer of Macy’s Merchandising Group. “It’s going to be interesting over the next three or four years, to really establish the business in addition to doing my show,” DeGeneres said. “It’s a whole new chapter. My life has gone to places…it’s pretty amazing.” [Women’s Wear Daily]

Kendall Jenneris kontinuing her kouture takeover. Not only is the reality star featured in Riccardo Tisci’s Givenchy Fall 2014 campaign, on the cover of Love magazine, but Kris Jenner’s daughter walked in Chanel’s 2014 couture show Tuesday in Paris. For the record, this is her second time walking in a Chanel show. [GlamChic]

NYFW has a little L.A.M.B. …again. “I’m going to do some sort of presentation or show this September,” Gwen Stefani said. “The only reason I haven’t lately is because it falls when my kids go back to school and I was like, ‘Oh, I guess I will go to NYFW and miss my kid’s first day of kindergarten.’ No. This year it falls on a different week so I can be in both places.” [Elle]

Apparently, Fendi will make $1 million dollars off of the little bag charms that all of your favorite street style superstars are Instagramming next to their feet, propped up in the back seat of a cab, Eva Chenstyle. Last season it was all about the bag buggies and now, it looks like Italian fashion house’s Karlito bag charm—a mini Karl Lagerfeld—will be the next big thing. There is a 600-person wait list for the $1,598 bag charm. We’ll take 2, please. [The Cut]