Style Scoop: Karlie Kloss Covers ‘MUSE,’ Step Out in Anja Rubik’s Shoes, Tina Fey Goes High Brow for ‘Time’


Karlie Kloss is lightning — literally — on the cover of MUSE magazine's Spring 2013 cover. Rocking her infamously chopped 'do, Kloss goes androgynous in black and white for the Mariano Vivanco-shot spread. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

You might not have Anja Rubik's 5-foot-10 frame, catwalk repertoire, or famous golden locks, but now, you can at least saunter the streets like the cover girl. The Next model collaborated with Giuseppe Zanotti on a five-shoe capsule inspired by her musical heroes, including the legendary David Bowie. All pairs, which run from $726 to $1815, are slated to arrive in stores this March. [VOGUE UK]

Although we can testify to Tina Fey's red carpet radiance, we can't help but dote on how well the comedian extraordinaire cleans up. See her like never before, outfitted in Altuzarra, Adrienne Landau, and Van Cleef & Arpels for her style and design feature in TIMEmagazine. [Racked]

Life imitates art, and as it turns out, art imitates fashion. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is giving the chic a deeper look at “Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity” with its new exhibit, opening tomorrow. The gallery serves to immerse attendees into works from Claude Monet to Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and the influence that Parisian style from the 1860s to 1880s had on their art. Hit The Met through May 27th for the showing. [ELLE]

The sister-in-law pair behind Veronica Beard has brought something “cool, chic, and classic” to Goop. The brand partnered with Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle site for The Goop Collection, and designed an exclusive $895 blazer for the project. [GLAM Inbox]

If his hit reality television show is any indicator, then Brad Goreski's latest is a “Brad, Brad” book. The former Rachel Zoe assistant is releasing his first read, Born to be Brad: My Life and Style, So Far. We got an advance copy of the colorful tome, full of snapshots about being young and gay in Ontario, how he overcame a cocaine addiction to find his calling, and an insider's view on the wild world of fashion. Grab your copy on March 5! [GLAM mailbox]

Speaking of good fashion reads, we're adding Man Repeller Leandra Medine's forthcoming book of essays to our list. The blogger-turned-businesswoman shared a picture of the completed manuscript from her project, tentatively titled “Seeking Love. Finding Overalls.” [Instagram]

While this morning is full of fashion headlines we can't forget the biggest night of the year, so far, the Academy Awards. Though the likes of Jennifer Lawrence and Ben Affleck professed victory on stage, we can't forget the best moments on the red carpet. From chic shades of cream to Kelly Rowland's correspondent run in Donna Karan, here are the best dressed at the Oscars 2013. [GLAM]

With Cara Delevingne's latest move, could we be eyeing the rise of a mogul and model, all in one? After learning that the catwalk regular has trademarked her name and registered her own company, Cara & Co., we undoubtedly are. [VOGUE UK]

If you're a techie with an affinity for fashion, Apple may have answered your biggest wish ever. The California tech company has patented the iWatch — a snap bracelet that doubles as a computer. [Forbes]