Style Scoop: Hermes Pays the Bills, ODLR is in Bloom, Cosabella Hits the Beach


It may cost you $700 to nab an Hermès bracelet or tens of thousands for a signature Birkin bag, but it's the brand itself that's shelving out the dough. The house renewed its Madison Avenue lease in New York City for another 10 years and more than $1,700… per. Square. Foot. [Racked]

Twenty years have past since Oscar de la Renta wears were last available at Bloomingdale's. Now, the pair have reunited with ODLR's new shop at the 59th Street behemoth, marking the first time that the brand has leased space at a department store in the U.S. [WWD]

Cosabella won't cost you as much next Valentine's Day. The lingerie brand teamed with the BeachMint-bred, Olsens-backed IntiMint site for a moderately-priced collection of underpinnings. [ELLE]

London-based label Meadham Kirchhoff is tapping back into TopShop with an 80-piece range set to debut on November 21st. [Fashionista]

Breaking records, the Selfridges way. The London mainstay beat its 2012 sales year by 6.1 percent, and plans to top that in coming years by “accelerating [its] commitment to making significant investment into both [its] stores and [its] online businesses,” according to its managing director Anne Pitcher. [Vogue UK]

Tonight, the 17th annual Accessories Council Excellence Awards is getting Frye-d. The shoe brand is being honored with the ceremony's first-ever Legacy Award for more than 150 years in the business. [WWD]