Style Scoop: Giuseppe Zanotti Turns 20, Sam Smith Channels Frank Sinatra in Calvin Klein, Kendall Responds to Bullying Rumors


It’s a Rock ‘n’ Roll themed anniversary celebration for Giuseppe Zanotti. The shoe designer will unveil a second capsule collection celebrating his brand’s 20th anniversary at the same time that he presents his spring-summer 2015 collection in Milan. The range will be available in December, and consists of styles dedicated to the likes of Michael Jackson, Christophe Decarnin (former Balmain creative director) and, you guessed it, Kim Kardashian West. [Women’s Wear Daily]

British crooner Sam Smith kicked off his 2014 North American tour, throughout which he will be clad in custom Calvin Klein suits. The singer’s looks will be inspired by his style mantra: “Simple, classic and timeless.” If you’re planning on seeing him perform, don’t be surprised if he reminds you of a certain singer named Frank Sinatra—Smith cites him as his fashion icon. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Well, is it true? Kendall Jenner—we mean, Kendall posted a photo on Instagram accompanied by the caption “you can’t sit with us.” As any self-respecting female millennial knows, this quote is from Mean Girls, which Jenner cryptically referenced as a result of swirling rumors that she was bullied backstage during Fashion Week. True or not, she pretty much killed it this season. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Anja Rubik is the face of Forever 21's The Outerwear Edit, a fall campaign featuring the retailer's outerwear collection. The collection focuses on four key trends, including oversized, luxe boho, minimalist and textured incorporating trenches, faux furs and soft weaters in an array of lengths and color palette of camels, pale pinks and prints. The collection launches today globally in stores and online. [Glam Inbox]

Alibaba, essentially the Chinese version of eBay, made its debut on the New York Stock Exchange Friday morning after pricing shares at $68 a piece Thursday night. Shares in Alibaba opened almost 30% higher this morning. Its IPO of $21.8 billion makes it the highest-valued internet company at the time of its public debut, surpassing the $17.8 billion raised by Visa’s 2008 IPO and Facebook’s $16 billion in 2012, making it the biggest U.S. IPO in history. [Fortune]