Style Scoop: Fashion Police On Hiatus, The Blonde Salad Covers Vogue, Marc Jacobs’ Third Social Media Casting Call


Following the Kelly Osbourne’s and, most recently, Kathy Griffin’s exits from E!’s Fashion Police, the network announced that the show will go on hiatus until September. Executive producer Melissa Rivers and co-hosts Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski will continue each of their roles as the show prepares to move into its next chapter. [Glam Inbox]

Chiara Ferragni is officially the first blogger to land a Vogue cover. The Blonde Salad, as she’s otherwise known, appears on the April cover of Vogue Spain; she was photographed by Nico Bustos. [Fashionista]

Marc Jacobs is at it again—the designer took to YouTube to announce his third social media-generated casting call. Her invited people to submit photos of themselves with friends either on Twitter or Instagram, using the hashtag #CastMeMarc to win a chance to appear in the Marc by Marc Jacobs fall-winter 2015 campaign. May the coolest group of friends win. [Women’s Wear Daily]

It seems like Fern Mallis and Kanye West might actually be putting aside their differences in the interest of fashion. Mallis told the Post that “His publicist got in touch with us,” after she invited him to participate in her 92Y “Fashion Icons” interview series. [New York Post]

It takes an army to get a Hollywood actress (or actor) ready for the red carpet, and though a stylist isn’t the only part of that equation, he/she is surely the most important. They’re usually more behind-the-scenes players, but The Hollywood Reporter is putting 2015’s Top 25 Stylists front and center with full bios, their significant achievements and client lists (we’re talking Jennifer Lawrence, Lupita Nyong’o, Kate Hudson and the works). [Hollywood Reporter]