Style Scoop: Karlie Kloss’ 3-D World Tour, Yahoo Style Launches, Test Your NYFW Knowledge


Karlie Kloss is on quite the world tour—or so it seems. The model has been popping up everywhere in the form of miniature 3-D printed dolls (yes, you read that right). She went from the Great Wall of China to the Acropolis in a matter of hours thanks to a photo shoot in a 20-foot circular structure with almost 100 cameras. And so, the little dolls were printed and made their ways to locations around the world without the real Kloss ever having to set foot on an airplane. [Vogue]

Joe Zee’s role as editor in chief of YahooStyle takes flight just in time for New York Fashion Week. The revamped fashion and lifestyle vertical kicks off today with Jessica Biel on the “cover.” Zee uses the term “digital magazine” to describe the kind of immersive experience he hopes to provide for readers throughout Fashion Week and beyond. [Fashionista]

So, are you ready? Test your #NFYW knowledge now that it’s actually here. Consider this your Fashion Week Pop Quiz. [NYTimes]

Maiyet is opting for a film-dance presentation in lieu of a runway show in Paris this season. To showcase its spring collection, the label collaborated with soon-to-be director of dance at the Paris Opera Ballet Benjamin Millepied (husband of Natalie Portman). The film presentations, which are set up as slow-motion videos, feature an original dance performed by dancers from L.A. Dance Projects and exclusive soundtrack by London Grammar. [Women’s Wear Daily]

LVMH and Hermès have finally made peace. After years of fighting, the Commercial Court of Paris has helped the parties reach an agreement. It will see LVMH “distribute all its Hermes shares to its shareholders.” In addition, LVMH, Dior and Groupe Arnault have agreed not to acquire any shares in Hermès for the next five years. [Vogue UK]