Style Scoop: John Galliano Brings Margiela To London, Gisele Mixes Chanel With Vintage Denim, Suki Waterhouse Twerks On A Toblerone


When John Galliano takes his position as creative director of Maison Martin Margiela, all eyes will certainly be on him to see what comes about. The first change will happen even before Galliano officially assumes his new role: his first show will take place in London instead of during Paris Couture Week. While everyone was kind of looking forward to the designer coming back with a bang with couture, perhaps this is his way of easing back into things. [Fashionista]

Gisele Bündchen does high-low fashion beautifully on the January 2015 cover of Vogue Australia. The Brazilan model glows in sequined Chanel and a vintage denim jacket—and sports a totally enviable bombshell blowout to boot. Check out our Faces on the Newsstand slideshow for more glamorous cover girls. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Have you been keeping up with Love magazine’s advent calendar? Up today was model Suki Waterhouse…and a life-size Toblerone bar. Gee, we always wish we could have the chance to twerk on one of those. Not to mention date Bradley Cooper. [Love]

The Paris wax figure museum is set to unveil its new Grévin Fashion section on December 15. Wax figures of industry notables including Cara Delevingne, Ines la Fressange, Coco Rocha, and Chantal Thomass will be featured in the section. We hope there was a qualified aesthetician on-hand for the creation of Delevingne’s eyebrows. [Women’s Wear Daily]