Style Scoop: Jennifer Lawrence Is Back For Dior, Kerry Washington Designs A Clutch for Awareness, Karlie Kloss Covers Lucky’s October Issue


Jennifer Lawrence is back with—you guessed it—another Dior campaign. In the Paris label’s fall-winter 2014 advertisements, the actress sports a black streamlined pantsuit designed by Raf Simons in addition to the all new “Be Dior” flap bag. Once again, the campaign proves that there’s nothing chicer than JLaw in Dior. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

At Monday evening’s launch of the Allstate Foundation’s Purple Purse Program, Kerry Washington debuted the limited-edition bag she personally designed bag to raise awareness for causes close to her. A longtime advocate of domestic violence awareness, Washington created a purple clutch, which she described as “something you can hold […as] you can hold your independence, your well-being, your future, and your safety.” [InStyle]

Karlie Kloss is Lucky magazine’s October cover girl. The model sports blonde locks and a whole lot of denim (from the Gap!) on the October cover, which is dubbed “The American Style Issue.” Find out which of your other favorite stars can be found on newsstands this month by checking out our “Faces on the Newsstand” slideshow. [Glam Chic]

Remember all those seemingly unattainable and all-around exquisite looks you saw on the New York Fashion Week runways? Well, now they’re attainable—albeit with some hefty price tags. Moda Operandi is holding trunk shows for 12 Spring/Summer 2015 designer collections including Thakoon Addition, Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang, Monique Lhuillier, Honor, Isa Arfen, Delpozo, Apiece Apart, TOME, Thakoon, Dion Lee and Cushnie et Ochs. Just think, those Alexander Wang sneaker sandals can be yours for a cool $650… [Moda Operandi]

C. Wonder has made it to Flatiron! The retailer is getting ready to unveil its new NYC digs on Thursday. The new store will have all the bells and whistles you’d expect to see in a C. Wonder location (including bright colors, swirly monograms and pristine organization)—plus the brand’s new denim line, C. Denim, which hits stores on September 22. [Glam Inbox]

Fashion news from across the pond doesn’t just involve what’s going down on the runway—in fact, WWD reports that police and an ambulance crew were called to the Topshop fashion show venue after a builder fell through the roof and into the backstage area as the fashion East show was taking place. The man’s injuries were cited as serious but not life-threatening, and he is being treated at the Royal London Hospital. [Women’s Wear Daily]