Style Scoop: Givenchy Garbs Kim K., RiRi Dotes on Princess Di, E-Commerce Off Fifth


With a floral Met Gala moment and style session from universal girlcrush Carine RoitfeldKim Kardashian is popping up in Givenchy-made, Kanye-approved ensembles all over the place. Adding fuel to her high fashion fire, Nori's mom stepped out for the Paris premiere of Mademoiselle C in a look from Riccardo Tisci's Spring 2014 runway. [Instagram]

From one #fashionkilla to another: in between pouring it up for what will be a salacious new videoRihanna declared her love for the late Princess Diana's iconic style in true badgal form. “You know who is the best who ever did it? Princess Diana… she killed it. Every look was right,” she revealed in the latest issue of Glamour magazine. “She was gangsta with her clothes. She had these crazy hats. She got oversize[d] jackets. I loved everything she wore!” [The Daily Beast]

Saks OFF 5th has answered the wallet-wise sartorialist's call by launching e-commerce for its discount destination, meaning designer deals are just a click away. [SaksOffFifth]

Isn't she Lela Rose lovely? Jessica Alba made an appearance on The Ellen Show today rocking a skirt from Rose's Resort 2014 collection. [GLAM Inbox]

It's over: Hedi Slimane has ended Saint Laurent's 15-year relationship with Colette after the retailer carried “Ain’t Laurent Without Yves” tees that parodied the brand. [WWD]

Collaboration nation: Burger King has partnered with Deer Dana on an exclusive tee to celebrate the chain's low-cal, low-fat Satisfries. The shirt will be sold exclusively at American Two Shot for $50 with all proceeds benefiting the Burger King McLamore Foundation. [GLAM Inbox]

Buffalo David Bitton is handing out blank checks. The brand is launching an innovative “Blank Check Series” that will support artists of all genres—print, digital, visual, social media, fine art, and more—by giving them funding to create engaging, multi-dimensional content. For its launch, Buffalo David Bitton has enlisted the help of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis to produce a documentary about their first international tour. The first clip will debut on tomorrow. [GLAM Inbox]

We don't know which is more overwhelming: Marc Jacobs’ confirmed departure from the house of Louis Vuitton, or his exquisite swan song this morning at Paris Fashion Week. If only we had been there in the flesh like Jacobs muse Dakota Fanning who deemed it “a theater piece… [and] an incredible piece of art.” [ELLE]

For good measure—and a few tears—relive the Louis Vuitton Spring 2014 show and Jacobs’ final walk down the LVMH runway. [Vogue UK]