Style Scoop: Jennifer Lawrence for Miss Dior, Puma’s Biodegradable Shoes, Jay-Z Launches Jourdan Dunn YouTube Show

Jennifer Lawrence already proved that she could survive The Hunger Games, and now, she's coming out on top in fashion, too. The young starlet is replacing Mila Kunis as the face of Miss Dior, and her first campaign for the prestigious house will appear in March 2013. [GlamChic]

Jourdan Dunn and Jay-Z are cooking up something good. The modelis apparently quite the foodie, like her counterpart Sessilee Lopez, and will be broadcasting her culinary skills onone of the rapper's new web shows to launch on his YouTube channel. [Fashionista]

Target's athletic line, C9 by Champion, is a billion-dollar brand. Fittingly so, the retailer is opening a concept shop for the label that will be sold in its own specialty store, outside of the Target name. With all merchandise $39.99 and under, we expect that C9's first shop in San Francisco won't be the last. [WWD]

Shopping online may land you some awesome deals, but you're still taking a risk when it comes to ensuring the perfect fit, especially when it comes to denim. That's why Rag & Bone has launched The Fit Room, a selection of images and videos that give shoppers a 360-view of their jeans' fit and styling options. From capri to cigarette styles, Fit Room has you covered! [Rag & Bone]

Biodegradable sneakers? Puma is leading the pack. The German activewear brand is launching a collection of shoes and apparel that are sustainable and can be returned to stores for processing and composting to offset waste by-products from manufacturing its goods. [Reuters]