Style Scoop: Fifth Time’s a Grazia Charm with Freida Pinto, Kendall Jenner is Short in ‘Cosmo,’ Dries Van Noten Gets Candid


Freida Pinto's star has shone bright ever since she won over Hollywood in 2008's Slumdog Millionaire. Now, five years after her silver screen debut, she's celebrating on the cover of Grazia India's fifth anniversary issue. Photographer Tarun Vishwa shot Pinto for the spread, featuring traditional Indian garb styled with pieces from international designer brands. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Here's the latest on Kendall Jenner's evolving modeling career: The 17-year-old cover girl is lending her long legs to Cosmopolitan for a “Selling Short” spread, featuring some of the most stylish shorts and skirts for the warm weather ahead. [Cosmopolitan]

Ever wanted to delve into the wondrous mind of Dries van Noten? Thanks to one of our favorite French filles, Garance Doré, you can. The blogger interviewed the Belgian designer after his Fall 2013 Paris Fashion Week show about his juxtaposition of menswear and womenswear for his latest collection. [Garance Doré]

Now that Rihanna-mania has died down (has it?!) at River Island, the UK retailer is making room for a new talent to grace its design studio: Georgia Hardinge. The Londontown lass is the third designer in the River Island Design Forum, where she's created a 14-piece collection for its Spring 2013 series. With BeyoncéLady Gaga, and Nicole Scherzinger credits to her name, we're sure Hardinge won't have a hard time selling out fast. [Grazia Daily]

Wanna look like a Sophie Dahl-ing? The English model-cum-author (and foodie!) collaborated with British retailer Brora on a 13-piece capsule called “The Lost Weekend.” The range is, as Dahl put it, “the-morning-after-the night-before,” inspired by a woman who's “quite wild and undone, but she's wearing these quintessentially British-feeling colour tones and patterns.” [The Cut]

It's time for a toast at Calvin Klein. Womenswear creative director Francisco Costa is being honored with the André Leon Talley Lifetime Achievement Award at Savannah College of Art and Design's annual fashion show this May. SCAD president and co-founder Paula Wallace praised Costa for his “elegant and utterly timeless work” while the designer mused “To be recognized for my work by SCAD, which does so much to cultivate new design talent and connecting the fashion industry with Savannah, makes this acknowledgement especially meaningful to me.” [GLAM Inbox]