Style Scoop: Emma Roberts Reps Piperlime, Kate Middleton Gets Trademarked, Courtney Love Gets Saint Laurent Treatment


Piperlime has a new celebrity name attached to the top of its dotcom masthead: Emma Roberts. The Empire State star (set for a 2013 release!) is setting up shop for a stint as the e-tailer's guest editor, following in the Piperlime footsteps of Olivia Palermo and Rachel Zoe to share her spring needs with the site. [StyleCaster]

Move over Cara Delevingne—there's a new British beauty who has undergone the trademark treatment. Kate Middleton's name has been registered with the UK's Patent Office for the sake of selling “clothing, footwear and headgear” for her Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry charity. [Huffington Post]

We told you Saint Laurent's newest ad campaigns have taken on a rocker edge. Yesterday, it was Marilyn Manson, and today, it's former Hole frontwoman Courtney Love leading the latest Hedi Slimane ad. Love's capture is part of the Saint Laurent Music Project, which features “the relationship between rock icons and the house since its earliest days.” [High Snobiety]

Louboutin, what? The red-soled heels and comparable thousand-dollar designs from Alexander Wang to Stuart Weitzman, have some fierce competition. Introducing the world's most expensive shoes from Kathryn Wilson: a pair of diamond-encruted pumps that ring in at a whopping £276,000, or roughly $417,946 dollars. How's that for Cinderella's glass slipper? [DailyMail]

Whether you wait for your beloved glossies to arrive in the mail, buy them in bundles off newsstands, or opt for a digital collection, magazines run the world… at our fingertips. Yesterday, the American Society of Magazine Editors announced the 2013 National Magazine Award nominations, with National Geographic leading the way with 7; New York magazine coming in with 6; and GQ tying with The New Yorker for five nods each. On the fashion front, Condé Nast—home to VOGUE, WWD, W, and Vanity Fair—pulled in 26 nominations for its various publications, while Hearst and Time Inc. managed 9 across their platforms. [Condé Nast]

David Bowie's music isn't the only thing from the Ziggy Stardust rocker making a comeback. Kansai Yamamoto, who dressed Bowie during that glam era, is returning to fashion, combining his work in entertainment and design for a culminating experience. Last Friday, he debuted his new collection of samurai-inspired style with dancers, musicians, and martial artists bringing his larger-than-life aesthetic back to life. [WWD]

Get gif-ing, baby! Brooklyn-based brand The Hill-Side turned away from the traditional lookbook by using gifs to promote its Spring 2013 range. [The Hill-Side]

Chiffon, satin, and silk, oh my! It's prom season and when it comes to picking the perfect dress for that perennial moment, the task can be quite the overwhelming one. But today, alice + olivia founder Stacey Bendet is making your choice a bit easier. Join Bendet in a Twitter chat today from 3:00 p.m.—4:00 p.m. where she'll be giving teens style tips to get the perfect prom look. Use the #ASKSTACE hashtag and mention @ALICE_OLIVIA to join the party! [GLAM Inbox]