See Jessica Biel in January as the newlywed Mrs. Justin Timberlakeis covering ELLE magazine's January issue wearing Christian Dior. Inside the glossy, Biel poses alongside Jean Paul Gaultier, Azzedine Alaïa, Christian Louboutin, and Giambattista Valli while dishing on her decision to wear that pink wedding gown. Her issue hits stands on December 18. [Press Release]
In 2013, glowing green will have nothing to do with envy. That's because Pantone has announced 17-5641, otherwise known as emerald, as 2013's color of the year. And apparently, Angelina Jolie had something to do with it. [Pantone]
Want more Lady Gaga in your life? If you've got a few thousand laying around — or more — and a trip to Paris on your agenda, you could get your fill. An Emporio Armani shoe from Mother Monster's 2010 Parisian concert is being sold during the Drouot Richelieu house auction on February 11, 2013. It's being valued at up to $6400. Also being sold at the L’Homme et son Univers auction are a Michael Jackson fedora and Marilyn Monroe writing set. [WWD]
Kate Upton is getting quite used to being a covergirl. The blonde bombshell landed her first British VOGUE cover for its January issue, on newsstands December 10. Upton covered the magazine's Italian edition last month. [VOGUE UK]
It's no surprise that Chace Crawford was one of our favorites to emerge of Gossip Girl fame. So when we saw that he is fronting Mr. Porter's newest online campaign, we couldn't help but swoon! [E! Online]
Mashable's Innovation Index 2012 is here, providing a year in review for the latest in digital and social media advancements. To curate its list of tech trends in fashion, the "connection generation" site called on supermodel Coco Rocha. With 7 million followers across Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter, and more, the Canadian beauty proves that she is not only one of the fairest, but also one of the most digitally-connected muses of our day. Her choices for Mashable's list include the iPad Mini, DVF's Google glasses, and new site, The Fancy.
H&M is getting greener. In addition to its Conscious Collection, the fast fashion chain is allowing customers to bring in old clothes in exchange for discounts. The recycling initiative, iCollect, will allow shoppers to bring in any old clothing, good or bad condition, H&M or not. [GlamChic]