Style Scoop: Karlie Kloss Gets Leggy, Sisley Puts Moves on Georgia Jagger, The True Religion Takeover


Finding a pair of jeans may not be the easiest task for 6-foot-1 supermodel Karlie Kloss, but her new collaboration may have solved the tall denim debacle. The Victoria's Secret angel teamed up with Frame Demin to create two styles for the leggiest of consumers. While most brands tap out at 34—36 inch inseams for taller clients, the Kloss-Frame capsule boasts 40-inch inseams. That's plenty of room to get a leg up on the competition. [Vogue UK]

Georgia May Jagger is taking her real-life romance with Josh McLellan and immortalizing it for Sisley's Fall 2013 campaign. Both models in their own right, this Olivier Zahm-lensed campaign marks their first time the pair have worked together professionally. “It is quite nice to have your other half on set and to hang out with someone you love,” Jagger said of the project while McLellan added that “I just get to stand there and look at the camera and she makes all the pictures look good!” [Telegraph]

It's been seven months since execs at True Religion put the premium denim line up for sale. $835 million later, TowerBrook Capital Partners has officially taken over the SoCal brand. True Religion's board of directors unanimously accepted the offer as part of a strategic move to rebrand the company in a more competitive denim climate. [L.A. Times]

While we've gotten used to seeing Courtney Love and Daft Punk front campaigns for Saint Laurent Paris, the Hedi Slimane-helmed brand is stepping away from its music project for a good ol' fashioned ad. Freja Beha fronts its Pre-Fall 2013 campaign, which was lensed by Slimane and features the brand's Parisian flagship. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Lulu Guinness x Uniqlo, take two. The London line, famous for its lip clutches, teamed up with the fast fashion retailer for another round of graphic tees that are available now for only $19.90. Can you say steal? [GLAM Chic]

The publishing company behind Prevention and Women's Health magazines is stepping into the e-commerce space. Rodale Publishing is opening a virtual specialty store that will sell goods from 100 vendors including Eileen Fisher, Melissa Joy Manning, and Waiting for the Sun. “We’re in the business of providing people with solutions, and traditionally those solutions have been the written word, digital or video — but solutions can often be products,” said company CEO Maria Rodale. When goes live on May 20, Rodale will become the first publisher to own all inventory for an in-house retail model. [WWD]

Luxury liquors are on the rise and Absolut Elyx is one of the first to emerge with a fashion backing. BLK DNM creative director Johan Lindeberg has assumed the creative role of the new vodka brand and tapped Chloe Sevigny to star in its first ad campaign. [Fashionista]

Parlez-vous Français? At Macy's, the answer is oui, oui! The retailer is tapping into Parisian influences for the newest addition to its in-house clothing collection with Maison Jules. “We have been looking at the influence of the invasion of all these French brands that are coming and making an important appearance in the States, whether it's Sandro, Maje, Zadig & Voltaire or Comptoir des Cotonniers,” said senior vice president of marketing Nancy Slavin. “And I think our young contemporary girl is very, very aware of these brands, so we're building a collection that really sort of emulates what this classically French chic ingenue has in her wardrobe, and we're bringing it to Macy's.” Maison Jules will be available under the Impulse imprint in August. [Racked]