Style Scoop: Gisele Bundchen Face of Chanel, Naomi Campbell Covers VOGUE Italia, Calvin Klein Undies Win Superbowl

Publish date:

Gisele Bündchen — a.k.a. the world's most powerful supermodel according to Forbes — has another Mario Testino-shot campaign to add to her list of model mayhem. The mother of two is making her debut as the face of Chanel's Les Beiges skin perfecting powder, her first campaign with the French fashion house. [Telegraph]

While we're on the topic of supermodels, it's quite appropriate to give a fierce face in honor of Naomi Campbell's cover for VOGUE Italia. The 42-year-old stunner was shot for the magazine's March 2013 issue by Steven Meisel. Be warned: while the images are gorgeous, the behind-the-scenes video accompanying the sepia-toned captures is a little scary. [The Daily Beast]

It seems as though Karl Lagerfeld has time for a new gig between heading Chanel and offering his infamous one-liners. The kaiser has signed on to write a column for WSJ Magazine's February 16th issue. He's in some good sartorial company, too as Dwayne Wade and Marina Abramovic have also been recruited by the mag's new editor, Kristina O’Neill, for some editorial expertise. [Fashionista]

Macy's is pulling an unlikely collaborator out of its mass retailer bag of tricks: Made Fashion Week. An extension of Milk Studios, Made hosts an alternative to the Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week, showcasing collections in New York and Paris from the likes of Cushnie et Ochs, Jeremy Scott, and Patrik Ervell. This spring, the collective will launch a "Made Fashion Week for Impules" capsule designed by its founder, Jenné Lombardo. [Racked]

She's done it again! Cara Delevingne and her unmistakable eyebrows have been recruited to front Pepe Jeans London's 40th anniversary ads. Delevingne notes that joining the ranks of Pepe alum Alexa Chung and Sienna Miller is a major plus, considering since her own personal style is a mix of her fellow British beauties. [Grazia Daily]

Who won the Superbowl this past Sunday? Some say the Baltimore Ravens, others say Beyoncé. In the Twittersphere, though, there was another victor: male model Matthew Terry in all his chiseled glory for Calvin Klein's Concept collection. [New York Times]

Unlike her 1995 hit with No Doubt cites, Gwen Stefani is more than "Just a Girl." She's a rock mom, L'Oreal spokesperson, and fashion designer for the equally-as-chic L.A.M.B. label. This fall, you'll be able to bundle up in the latest offerings from her brand thanks to her new collaboration with outerwear company Burton. [WWD]

What do Grace JonesKate Middleton, and Lady Gaga have in common? One man: Philip Treacy. All three have donned hats from the London-based milliner, and now, you too can share in his headpiece wonder. He's releasing never-before-seen images in a new book, Philip Treacy by Kevin Davies, featuring stills from the only photographer allowed access to his studio. [VOGUE UK]

Class is in session and Professor Christian Louboutin is calling Paris College of Art students to attention. The originator of red-bottomed heels met with the class of 2013 and gave them a theme to to inspire their work for their final show in May. [WWD]