Style Scoop: Justin Timberlake Leaves William Rast, Coco Rocha Sings for Cavalli, Dylan’s Candy Bar Launches LeSportsac Range


With a new album, tour, and film projects in the works, there's been little chatter about Justin Timberlake's other venture, William Rast. Today reports are blaring that the “Mirrors” musician could be bidding farewell to his SoCal clothing line. The label, which was co-founded in 2005 with friend Trace Ayala, has received little buzz since its 2010 Target deal, and Timberlake is expected to depart by the close of 2013. Guess he's really all about that “Suit & Tie” look these days. [The Cut]

First Cara Delevingne put her pipes to use for Katie Grand's GANG by Hogan collection, and now Coco Rocha is following suit at Roberto Cavalli. The Face mentor stars in COCO + CAVALLI, a fashion film for The Hunger Magazine rocking Cavalli's signature prints and giving us a full-on music video experience. [Grazia Daily]

If you fancy yourself a candy connoisseur, then certainly you know a thing or two about Dylan Lauren and her namesake Dylan's Candy Bar. Well now, the behemoth of sweet confections nationwide is looking to make your life a little sweeter. In an effort to become a full-fledged lifestyle company, Dylan's Candy Bar is partnering with LeSportsac on 14 silhouettes that will boast bold candy prints. [WWD]

AG Jeans is putting the do-good in denim with its new charity: water campaign. This Friday, World Water Day, the premium jeans company is partnering with the non-profit to raise money for clean water projects in Ethiopia and pledges to match 100% of all donations up to $100,000 for the cause. For more about the initiative and to help raise funds for the effort, click here. [GLAM Inbox]

Dapper gents who frequent Saks Fifth Avenue may need to make space in their closets. The luxury department store is rebranding its Saks Fifth Avenue Men’s Collection as Saks Fifth Avenue New York. The revamped brand will now feature Black, White, and Platinum sub-brands designed for the customer “on his journey, from a twentysomething all the way up 'til he becomes CEO,” said VP of business development Richard Cohen. [WWD]

While he may be famous for adorning the heads of international style icons like Lady Gaga and Kate Middleton, milliner Philip Treacy is now focusing his attention on kids. The Irish native launched his first line of headwear for children to celebrate the opening of the Turkey's new five-star Sensatori Resort. [VOGUE UK]