Style Scoop: Goop Meets Mackage, Sachin & Babi Launches E-Commerce, Kim Plays Hostess at PFW, and Milly Heads to Kohl's

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Goop is on a collaboration roll. Immediately following the partnership with DVF, Gwenyth Paltrow's site has partnered with Mackage for a capsule collection of winter coats, leather pants, and swoon-worthy bags. Adorably, there are children's sizes too so you can match with your mini-mes. [Glam Inbox]

Sachin & Babi is making an e-commerce push. On Thursday morning, the brand launched a new website in conjunction with a new blog and shoppable video. With a following of stylish stars including Jenna Dewan Tatum, Julie Bowen, Ireland Baldwin and more, we're sure we're not the only ones coveting most of the pieces featured in the video. Certainly, the brand's exciting launch marks an equally exciting time for our closets. [Sachin & Babi]

Carolina Herrera president Caroline Brown is stepping down. After four successful years with the brand, Brown will leave her position at the end of the year, but with fashion still in her future. Rumor has it that she will be taking on the role of CEO at Donna Karan. [Vogue.co.uk]

After her front row appearance at Balenciaga with husband Kanye West and daughter North in tow, Kim Kardashian played hostess to a presentation party for Russian designer Natalia Alaverdian’s label A.W.A.K.E. The event, co-hosted by Miroslava Duma, Caroline de Maigret, and Melvin Chua, was held at the decadent Peninsula Hotel in Paris and featured an A-list guest list including Theophilus London, Mario Testino, Kris and Kendall Jenner, and Anna dello Russo. Now that's a party we wish we could have been a fly on the wall for. [WWD]

We can now add ready-to-wear clothing designer to Kelly Osbourne's ever growing resume. The lavender-locked Brit's line, Stories…by Kelly Osbourne, launches today. The plethora of pieces, which includes unique patterns, shape-wear paneling, and feminine silhouettes, debuts exclusively on HSN. [Glam Inbox]

In Marie Claire’s October issue, audiences are sure to fall in love with actress Charlize Theron even more upon reading her witty, thoughtful, powerful, and humble responses to the magazine's "20 Questions" editorial. One of our favorites? Upon asking what every woman should try at least once in her life, Theron replies, “Doing the complete opposite of what you’re told.” [Marie Claire]

Robert Clergerie is turning his sights on skates. The French luxury shoe designer has teamed up Heritage Paris to create an ultra exclusive roller skate-to-sneaker for men and women. How exclusive, you ask? Distribution is set for only five skates per store and one store per country. [WWD]

Add another awesome collaboration to your must-shop list, because Milly by Michelle Smith is headed to Kohl's for spring 2015. Inspired by her recent trip to Italy, the designer says to expect influence from "Capri's technicolor vistas, dynamic Mediterranean culture and signature Caprese style of effortlessly chic dressing," amidst her DesigNation collection. [Fashionista]