Style Scoop: Helena Bonham Carter’s Original Style, Capitol Couture 2.0, Angelina Jolie’s Saint Laurent Return


From her colorful personality to her eccentric style, it's sometimes hard to tell where Helena Bonham Carter the performer ends and where her true identity begins. Nonetheless, the theatrical star always deliver a show, especially when it comes to her sartorial senses. For the latest issue of British Vogue, the 47-year-old Hunger Gamesactress relishes on her “roaring forties” in Ralph Lauren, Agent Provocateur, and a 3-D mustache. [Vogue UK]

Speaking of the Hunger Games, Lionsgate has relaunched its Capitol Couture blog on Tumblr, profiling both fictional characters and real-life brands like Nicholas K and Tex Saverio, who dress Katniss and crew for part two of the epic saga. [Capitol Couture Tumblr]

Two weeks after her courageous double mastectomy reveal, Angeline Jolie is back in the spotlight with a dark and dreamy number from Saint Laurent. The Maleficent star wowed the red carpet in a custom creation from Hedi Slimane for her beau's World War Z premiere in London,and topped off her look with that covetable engagement ring.[Grazia Daily]

Ready to trade out your silver and gold for rubber? Model and environmentalist Lily Cole is encouraging jewelry lovers to do just that with her sustainably-sourced brand, Wild Rubber, an unconventional collection that she admits was difficult to materialize. “When someone says ‘rubber jewelry,’ I didn't really have a precedent in my head of what that looks like to be honest with you,” said Cole. “But what we're trying to do is look at the ways that consumers in the UK can engage with wild rubber, and by purchasing it, protect the [Brazialian] rainforest.” [Telegraph]

DKNY is revitalizing its logo with the help of 10 international artists whose creations are fashioning billboards, kiosks, art installations worldwide. “We loved collaborating with individual artists that reflected their city while being inspired by ours,” founder Donna Karan said about the DKNYArtworks initiative. “It’s like a worldwide street art fair—connecting the dots of art, style, and community.” [WWD]

Every woman has had to deal with the bra size dilemma: too loose, too tight, not enough support, too much lift. We've all been there. But undergarments company Jockey is looking to solve your brassiere debacles. The company introduced Jockey Fit Kit this month, a system that takes volume into account when determining the right size in the comfort of your home. We could be saying goodbye to those measuring-tape wielding sales associates after all. [Jockey]

Could LVMH magnate Bernaud Arnault have to cough up a $9 million fine? By July 31, French regulation authority Autorité des Marchés Financiers will rule whether the billionaire's company will have to after acquiring a majority stake in Hermès under suspicious circumstances. [Vogue UK]

New York, London, Paris, Milan. All four cities brandish credits for their sartorially-chic citizens, but they aren't the only style capitals of the world. Starting today, DailyCandy is giving you the chance to decide. Visit the site to cast your vote for the 2013 Street Style Awards where New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chicago are contending for the crown. [GLAM Inbox]

Canadian star Coco Rocha crossed the border for the June 2013 cover of Elle Mexico where Natalie Joos styled her in the loosest looks of the season. Add disheveled hair and barely-there makeup, and you're well on your way to channeling Coco's casual cool. [Fashion Gone Rogue]