Style Scoop: Emma Roberts’ New Role at Snapette, Karlie Kloss for MANGO, Katherine Hepburn’s Closet on Display

Leading lady Emma Roberts has a new gig. The 21-year-old star has been named fashion adviser for Snapette, the first location-based shopping app. Roberts will now be classified as a featured user of the app and also assumes the responsibility of writing for the Snapette blog. [Snapette]

Iris Apfel already proved how much of a style star she can be, most recently posing for the cover of Dazed & Confused magazine. But the 91-year-old isn't finished yet. She's designing a shoe line to be sold exclusively for HSN. Think standout prints, sequin appliques, and colors that'll brighten up the bleakest of days. Her five flats will be added to her Rara Avis collection (rare bird in Latin) of bags and jewelry for the shopping network. [Grazia Daily]

If Katherine Hepburn is one of your favorite silver screen sirens, then you're in for a real treat! The Oscar-winning icon's performance wardrobe is now on display at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center. Peruse her best looks from The Philadelphia Story to Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, all of which are on display now. [The New York Times]

Mango has three K's that are giving fall 2012 some super status. Karlie Kloss is joining Kate Moss and Karmen Pedaru to round out its latest campaign. This is Kloss' first go at fronting the Spanish line. [Grazia Daily]

We were on hand this past February when Roberto Cavalli launched his first fragrance, and now the Italian designer is prepping for scent number two. His label's new Just Cavalli perfume will be released in February and is aimed toward a younger age bracket than his first namesake scent. Georgia May Jagger will be the face of the launch. [WWD]