Style Scoop: Emma Watson Plays ‘Pretty Woman’ for British GQ, Tamara Mellon Pens Memoir, David Bowie Pops Up at Selfridges


From Harry Potter to The Bling Ring, Emma Watson has grown up before our eyes—and she's not afraid to embrace her sexy side. The 22-year-old VOGUE UK cover girl will be steaming up newsstands on the cover of British GQ's May 2013 issue. And if you're wondering if her dress looks familiar, it's a nod to '90s style, thanks to the revival of Julia Roberts' infamous dress in Pretty Woman. [British GQ]

Tamara Mellon left some big shoes to fill when she stepped down from her role at Jimmy Choo, and she'll be opening up about it with her new memoir, In My Shoes. On October 1st, we'll get a closer look at her childhood, time at VOGUE, 15 years at the helm of Jimmy Choo, and hopefully (*fingers crossed*) the scoop on her new lifestyle line. [VOGUE UK]

After a new album, Tilda Swintoncollaboration, and the return of his Ziggy Stardust stylist,it's only right that David Bowie pop-up in fashion, too. Selfridges London is launching a specialty shop modeled after the glam rocker's influential style. Tomorrow, the “David Bowie Is All Yours” section will feature shirts, books, vintage items, and curated designer pieces inspired by Bowie's signature style. [Artinfo]

Ever watch a rerun of Sex and the City or relive the series finale of Gossip Girl, only to wonder “what is she wearing?” Shazam, the app that allows smartphone users to discover and buy music and brands they love, is now launching a version for fashion recognition. That's right—Shazam is going to make it possible to identify clothing worn by characters on-screen and (eventually) put purchasing power at your fingertips! [Telegraph]

Nine West is giving girls who gang up a chance to do something great. The “Gangs for Good” campaign calls for philanthropic cliques to submit video of their group of three to five gal pals showing acts of kindness. Submissions will be judged on their do-gooder spirit and personal style for a chance to win a trip to New York City, hotel stay, makeovers, Nine West shopping spree, and $5,000 donated to the charity of their choice. [LA Times]

It's been just a week since Michael Kors launched a sneaker line for his eponymous sportswear brand. Now, he's taking his new casual shoe collection a step further with a new Facebook exclusive in honor of their 5 million fans. “Like” the Michael Kors page for the chance to purchase a limited-edition zebra sneaker or get the password to buy the style at one of four Michael Kors stores, worldwide. [GLAM Inbox]