Style Scoop: Heidi Klum Style for Babies ‘R’ Us, Miranda Kerr Back at Mango, Zac Posen Likes Magnum Ice Cream


After gracing us with a New Balance, supermodel-cum-television host Heidi Klum is back with another collaboration, this time, for the smaller set. And we mean really small. Klum is teaming up with Babies 'R' Us for a range of t-shirts featuring drawings by her six-year-old son, Johan Samuel. “Johan is supercreative, and I knew I wanted to incorporate his whimsical and imaginative designs into my Truly Scrumptious collection in a very special way,” Klum told WWD. “I’m so proud as a mom and a designer to introduce this one-of-a-kind assortment of T-shirts to Babies ‘R’ Us customers.” [WWD]

Well, hello Miranda Kerr! We've been missing you at Mango. Mrs. Orlando Bloom is back at the Spanish label, starring in their Summer 2013 campaign, lensed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Zac Posen likes Magnum… ice cream! The designer, famed for his runway-to-red-carpet fancy followed in Karl Lagerfeld's footsteps and designed a 24-carat gold dress inspired by the new Magnum Gold ice cream bar. Though you'll fare better with buying the sweet treat than the $1.5 million gown, you can revel in its reveal in a short film starring Joe Manganiello and Caroline Correa at the TriBeCa Film Festival on April 18th. [VOGUE UK]

What happens with Fern Mallis and Oscar de la Renta sit down for an evening chat? Find out when Mallis interviews the New York-based designer during her Fashion Icons series at the 92nd Street Y on June 6th—we're sure a Michelle Obama style rundown and his decision to bring on John Galliano will be fodder for attending fashionistas. [WWD]

Bye, bye Juicy. Fifth & Pacific Cos. Inc., otherwise known as the Liz Claiborne Inc., will be selling its Juicy Couture and Lucky brands, while keeping holdings with Kate Spade, a soon-to-be multi-billion dollar brand. [Racked]