Style Scoop: Escape in Dior’s Secret Garden Again, Kate Moss Heads to St. Tropez, U.S. Woolmark Prize Finalists Announced


Dior is capitalizing off the success of its first Secret Garden video by releasing a part deux. After 24 million YouTube views of the first installment, the French house went back to Versailles with model Daria Strokous for Secret Garden 2 – Versailles. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin were recruited again for next chapter, this time following its star in an enchanted forest. The campaign's accompanying print ad will appear in Vogue China this month. [WWD]

Just call Kate Moss beauty's go-to girl. The sushi connoisseur, who doubles as the face of Kerastasé and Rimmel London, is now the toned, tanned body of St. Tropez. And she manages to pull it all off in the buff. [Glam Blush]

The International Woolmark Prize could be hanging from the walls of Timo Weiland, Altuzarra, Creatures of the Wind, or Ohne Titel this time next year. The four brands have advanced from the U.S. round of the competition and will vie for the global honor and $100,000 at Milan Fashion Week. [ELLE]

The Saint Laurent Music Project is proof that the Hedi Slimane-helmed label is as in love with music as it is with high style. That affair is now being carried on by Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, who is rocking the label for his band's 50 and Counting Tour. [Grazia Daily]

John Galliano's return to fashion may be a bumpy one—he skipped out on the Met Ball and got his teaching gig at Parsons cancelled—but he still has plenty of industry support. Fashion journo Suzy Menkes is the latest to rally behind the former Dior designer, saying he deserves a comeback. “We know that creative people have all sorts of demons. I would never say that I love Hitler in any shape or form ever, and I don't know many people who would,” she said during Fern Mallis' Fashion Icons series in New York City. “That's not to say that somebody with such brilliant talent shouldn't be given some kind of second chance. But how you do that is difficult.” [Vogue UK]

There's more sad news to come from the Missoni clan. Founder Ottavio Missoni, who started the company the 1950s with his wife Rosita, has passed away. He was 92 years old. [New York Times]

Net-A-Porter is taking over the world, one closet at a time; so it comes as no surprise that the e-tailer is eyeing childrenswear. Managing editor Alison Loehnis revealed to Mashable that the company has already registered a Petite-A-Porter site that will sell designer digs for the kids in your life. [Mashable]