Style Scoop: Jennifer Lopez’s New Beach Body, Kate Moss Confirmed for ‘Playboy,’ John Galliano ‘Understood’ McQueen


With her tight body and L'Oreal glow, it's only right that singer-actress-designer extraordinaire Jennifer Lopez branch off into dressing beach bodies. The Chime for Change performer has concerted her skills with swim apparel brand Yamamay for a second time with a capsule collection of bikinis and one pieces in the same shade of grey. We guess Fifty has an affect on fashion, too. [WWD]

They say that no one knows a woman quite like her hairdresser. So, when Kate Moss's coif connoisseur Oribe Canales confirmed to Refinery 29 that the legend would, in fact, be covering Playboy, we couldn't help but mark the months-long rumor as true. Mert Alas and MarcusPiggott reportedly shot the spread, which will appear in the lifestyle mag's 60th anniversary issue in January 2014. [Marie Claire UK]

The wait for John Galliano's address on PBS with Charlie Rose is over. In the uninterrupted, one-hour special, the chagrined couturier gave candid accounts of his personal substance abuse, present-day recovery, and how he could relate to Alexander McQueen's mental demise. “I knew Alexander—I knew Lee. I understood; that loneliness, that pain,” he said. “I mean as addicts we're in such perfection; we're setting that bar impossibly high, we don't understand how we're doing it… That's what makes us wake up in the morning. I was very sad.” [Vogue UK]

It's an early start to fall for Victoria Beckham. The poshest girl-group alum around launched her first pre-fall handbag collection and an in-between range for diffusion line Victoria, Victoria Beckham. [Grazia Daily]

Color me up and call me Cara! Illustrator Mel Simone Elliott's latest subject is Burberry Brit, YSL beauty, and future designerCara DelevingneColour Me Good Cara will land on July 1 with 16 portraits of the style star for you to fancy up with crayons, pencils, stickers, glitter, and more—we can't wait to touch those brows! [ELLE]

Speaking of books, Comme des Garçons is being observed by London retailer LN-CC with a vintage print collection. The objets d'art include photos, artwork, books, and photographs that regard the “pioneering spirit” and “major impact” that Rei Kawakubo's work has represented according to LN-CC curator Conor Donlon. [ELLE]

Portmans harts Jessica. Sports Illustrated paragon Jessica Hart is the star of the Australian company's latest campaign, replacing fellow down-under dame Abbey Lee Kershaw. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Jay-Z may have reached billionaire status with his darling Beyoncé, but the music mogul still has some pretty hefty bills to pay. His Rocawear clothing line is being sued for $450,000 by a wholesale company that says the brand only covered half the bill for a $1 million order. [The Cut]

It's been five years since Yves Saint Laurent passed away from brain cancer. Earlier this week, his partner Pierre Bergé paid tribute to the acclaimed designer during a memorial concert at Paris’ Opéra Bastille, where muses like Catherine Deneuve and Betty Catroux gathered to hear excerpts from 2011's Letters to Yves. [New York Times]