Style Scoop: Karlie Kloss Gets [Joe] Fresh, Ashley Graham Celebrates Her Curves, Jennifer Meyer & Jessica Alba Design Necklaces for Charity

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Karlie Kloss stars in Joe Fresh’s spring 2015 campaign, which launches February 9. The images depict the supermodel in key looks from the spring collection, which features trends like botanical prints, military-inspired designs, utility details, classic silk pieces, and lived-in denim. [Glam Inbox]

The highly anticipatedSports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition will hit newsstands on February 9, and this year it features plus-size model Ashley Graham celebrating her curves in a sexy string bikini. This follows a plus-size re-creation of last year's edition. The model stars in the #CurvesinBikinis ad campaign for online swimwear retailer swimsuitsforall, which features the brand’s Swim Sexy line. [Glam Inbox]

Jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer teamed up with Jessica Alba to design two necklaces to benefit the (RED) charity organization, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Launching February 4 on Gilt, net proceeds of the heart-shaped necklaces will provide lifesaving medication to pregnant HIV-positive women in Africa through the Global Fund, a beneficiary of (RED). The necklaces come in either 8k gold ($280) or 18k gold with rubies ($980). [Women’s Wear Daily]

The seven contenders for the 2015 British Fashion Council/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund are Emilia Wickstead, Holly Fulton, Mary Katrantzou, Michael van der Ham, Mother of Pearl, Osman, and Sophia Webster. The winner will be revealed on March 24 in London. He or she will receive mentoring support over a 12-month period, as well as a £200,000 pound ($301,036) grant to provide the infrastructure to go to the next stage in business. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Topshop confirmed the closures of its five franchise locations in Japan but maintains that it will not be exiting Japan completely. A spokeswoman for Topshop’s parent Arcadia Group Ltd. Said, “The Japanese market is an important part of Topshop’s business and there are no plans to pull out of this key international territory. We are working hard and exploring all avenues to ensure that the brand maintains its presents in Japan.” [Women’s Wear Daily]