Style Scoop: H&M Introduces Florrie, Karlie Kloss & Taylor Swift Might Appear on Vogue Together, The CFDA Fashion Calendar Is Live

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H&M Loves Music is kicking off with a spring campaign featuring music’s newest “it” girl, Florrie. To celebrate the release of her latest single “Too Young to Remember,” Florrie will serve as the star of H&M’s collection of fresh, boho-inspired, easy to mix-and-match separates. The collection will hit stores and hm.com beginning January 22. [Glam Inbox]

So, did Karlie Kloss and Taylor Swift shoot a Vogue cover? Rumor has it that the inseparable duo will appear together on the March issue of Vogue. While it makes little sense that Swift would lobby for a Vogue cover now (since she’s already launched 1989, performed in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Jingle Ball, and sold out her tour, which kicks off in May), sources say that she did it as a favor to her model bestie. Perhaps with Swift by her side, Kloss will be able to launch beyond the runway and into the mainstream. [Yahoo! Style]

The new CFDA-run Fashion Calendar is officially up and running. To CEO Steven Kolb, new-fangled calendar system (complete with a corresponding mobile app!) will help brands and editors alike better manage Fashion Week. There’s now an application process for new entrants to NYFW and features that allow brands to easily manage multiple events. Editors can export events from the calendar straight to their Google and Outlook calendars, complete with all relevant information. [The Cut]

Dior is set to stage its cruise show in Los Angeles on May 9 though the venue has yet to be confirmed. But before that, we’ve got our eye on the red carpet to see what the house will roll out for awards season. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Gucci is the talk of the town in fashion, as the Italian house scrambles to find a creative director to replace Frida Giannini following her abrupt departure. It’s rumored that Tom Ford could return to the house to fill the position. Despite his history with the house (he ran Gucci from 1994 to 2004), it’s clear that Ford’s focus remains on his own, and a rep for the designer denied the rumor that he’ll return. [Page Six]