Style Scoop: Kate and Cara Unite, Naomi’s Nineties Flashback, Lily Allen’s Lost Chanel


Our posh prayers have been answered! Kate Moss and the comparable Cara Delevingne snapped a selfie on set for a new Burberry fragrance campaign, the first ad they’ll appear in together. To put things in perspective, Moss first starred in a Burberry ad in 1999, when Delevingne was around 7 years old, and 11 years before the latter posed for the brand. [Glam Blush]

Reunited and it feels so good! In an early a.m. interview with CBS This Morning to promote The FaceNaomi Campbell revealed that she and fellow ’90s supermodels (Christy TurlingtonClaudia SchifferLinda Evangelista, and more) would be teaming up for a secret, “nice, sunny, warm” project soon. Campbell insisted that it would be a novel moment, one that current models could never recreate. “I don’t think you'll ever get that group of us together like that again,” she said. “You'll get one here, one there, one there—but as a whole you'll never get it again.” [ELLE]

Apparently, Lily Allen lost her Chanel Haute Couture wedding gown, valued at more than $330,000. I’m not going to get into how this act of carelessness ensued, but be warned Allen: if I stumble upon it first, finders keepers! [Telegraph]

Prada Marfa can’t catch a break. The Scandinavian structure, which rests on U.S. Route 90 in west Texas, was vandalized yet again, this time by anonymous “activists” with a radical message endorsing TOMS, among other things. [The Daily Beast]

Tamara Mellon has gone digital. Fans of her namesake lifestyle brand can now shop new arrivals, handbags, shoes, apparel, and those legging boots, straight from her website. [Fashionista]

Albright, Albright, Albright (*McConaughey voice)! For the month of March, New York’s Albright Fashion Library is fêting 10 years with an exhibition of looks styled by the likes of Kate YoungJune Ambrose, and Paul Cavaco from its 30,000-item archive. [Pret-a-Reporter]

Yesterday, he was Between Two Ferns, today President Barack Obama is falling in to the Gap. Obama visited an NYC Gap store “to show his support for Gap Inc's decision to increase wages for their US-based employees.” And possibly grab a cardigan or two for the FLOTUS. [Vogue UK]