Style Scoop: Hermes for Your Tabletop, Kate Upton Fronts Mercedes Ad, Sigourney Weaver is Raf Simons’ Latest Muse


If you're looking for a tabletop to compete with your closet, turn to the houses of Hermès and Christian Lacroix. Both brands are entering the tableware space to fashion your dining room with enviable porcelain wares: Hermès will go vintage with “A Sporting Life” Benoit-Pierre Emery-designed line while Lacroix will introduce watercolor stripes and butterflies. [WWD]

While Raf Simons continues to dazzle our sartorial senses with his exquisite collections for Christian Dior, the designer is taking on a new task: costume design for Sigourney Weaver. He will create looks for Weaver and her co-star Isabelle Huppert for their new film, Body Art, based on the 2001 novel by Don DeLillo. This is a return to the silver screen for Simons who was nominated for an Academy Award for his costume design in Tilda Swinton's This is Love. [VOGUE UK]

It looks like the good folks at luxury handbag and accessories company Coach are ready for a new year and possibly a new ready-to-wear line. Chairman and CEO Lew Frankfort told WWDthat the company is by no means static and repositioning for more footwear offerings and expansion to include clothes to match its consumers' lifestyles. [GlamChic]

Kate Upton is putting her assets to work for Mercedes-Benz's Superbowl commercial… and boys, she doesn't even work up a sweat. [Mercedes-Benz YouTube]

In other gorgeous supermodel news, check out Charlotte Casiraghi's latest ad for Gucci's “Forever Now” campaign, shot by prolific photog duo Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. [Grazia Daily]

Kenneth Cole is sending a serious message to all the attendees of the Sundance Film Festival: play nice with the volunteers. The company produced a short film, Heroes Don't Wear Capes starring Alan Cumming, Rachel Dratch, and Ed Burns in a vignette to thank the people behind-the-scenes who make the festival run smoothly. [ELLE]

Here's a round of your daily treat: DailyCandy is launching five limited-edition collaborations with Heidi Merrick, Melissa Joy Manning, HOLST+LEE, GlossyBox, and 20×200. The “DailyCandy Collaborations” boasts curated jewelry, art, and beauty buys inspired by the site. Yummy! [Press Release]