Style Scoop: Iggy Azalea Is Sick of “On Fleek,” M. Gemi Is The Next Everlane, Revolve Steps Into Shoes

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Iggy Azalea is the latest subject of Vogue’s “73 Questions” series. The Australian rapper invites Vogue into her (palatial) Los Angeles home, where she shares her thoughts on being famous and the phrase “on fleek.” Watch the full video to learn more from Azalea, aka Sassy Spice. [Vogue]

M. Gemi is joining the ranks of Everlane and The Arrivals, but taking things a step—literally—further. The e-commerce site launches today and promises “high-end, Italian-made women’s shoes for a fraction of what they might cost at a department store.” Every type of shoe you could ever want, from pumps to driving shoes, will be available at M. Gemi. While quality is of utmost importance to founder Ben Fischman, shoes are priced between $100-$300 right now. [Fashionista]

Revolve is also getting into the shoe game, with the purchase of Los Angeles-based Alliance Apparel Group, adding Lovers + Friends, Tularosa, NBD, and a shoe line called Raye to its portfolio. The shoe line launches with 30 styles priced from $135 to $300. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Mara Hoffman teamed up with Clos du Bois winery to make your spring entertaining and rainy day accessories just a little bit brighter. The collaboration resulted in the “Closbrella,” a Mara Hoffman-printed umbrella with a sleeve that doubles as a wine bottle chiller. What more could you want out of a rainy day accessory? [Glam Inbox]

After reporting that Zac Posen was brought onto Harvey Weinstein’s Charles James resurrection project, Page Six gained more intel about how the agreement is shaping up, which, basically, it’s not. Apparently, Weinstein is a tough negotiator and the two sides are very far apart on money. A spokesperson for Zac Posen said that reports that the designer will join the Charles James team are not confirmed. [Page Six]

Saint Laurent is returning to its roots on the Left Bank of the Siene River, where the house was founded in 1961. The company is planning to bring its head office and showrooms from Avenue George V to the Penthemont Cistercian Abbey, located at 37 Rue de Bellechasse. A restoration process is in order and slated to be complete by 2018; it will be overseen by Saint Laurent’s artistic director Hedi Slimane. [Women’s Wear Daily]