Style Scoop: Joan and Anja are Hugo Boss(es), Playing Karl Lagerfeld, Tom Ford Spawns Skincare For Men


Hugo Boss Fall 2013 has come to life in the form of Joan Smalls and Anja Rubik. The edgy, H&M romantic teamed up with the Giuseppe collaborator for a monochromatic campaign lensed by Tom Munro. And all of a sudden, we're aiming to step up our working-woman wardrobe. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

With his epic sound bytes, Choupette clasp, and glorious mane, Karl Lagerfeldis nothing short of amazing; and up until now, he's been way out of our league. Thanks to an addictive video game from Optic 2000 though, we can inch closer to the Chanel chief. The objective is simple: remove Lagerfeld's signature black shades. Trust us though, it won't be easy. [Vogue UK]

Tom Ford for Men is launching soon (and it has nothing to do with clothes). The revered designer is countering his beauty line for women with new skincare offerings for men. The nine-piece collection will include a cleanser, moisturizer, mask, eye cream… plus concealer and bronzing gel! Who's to say a gent can't get his glow on, too? [WWD]

Finally, a first look at Robert Pattinson for Dior Homme! While the official NanGoldin and Romain Gavras-lensed campaign doesn't drop until September, Instagram users at an event in Stockholm shared sneak peeks of the brand's “new icon.” Oh, the marvels of social media! [Buzzfeed]

Kirna Zabête is moving south while Rebecca Minkoff is moving in. The #Minkette attraction is opening its first flagship at 96 Greene Street where Kirna Zabête once resided. This is big news for the Rebecca MinkoffUri Minkoff label, but not a surprise, especially in the wake of their Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award win. Kirna Zabête's “grand new” location will be ready at 477 Broome Street later this summer. [Racked]

ELLE Ukraine's July cover belongs to model/actress Milla Jovovich. The Soviet Union screen star shone in the Eric Guillemain spread while wearing Louis Vuitton's popular checkered dress, chic Chanel swimwear, and vibrant Valentino. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Urban Outfitters doesn't have the authority to write prescriptions—or the desire to further sell merchandise themed after RX medications. “In the 20,000 products that comprise our assortment, there are styles that represent humor, satire, and hyperbole,” read a statement from the retailer. “In this extensive range of product we recognize that from time to time there may be individual items that are misinterpreted by people who are not our customer. As a result of this misinterpretation we are electing to discontinue these few styles from our current product offering.” The move was made after pressure from organizations like the American Association of Poison Control Centers. [CNN]