Style Scoop: Kate Bosworth Weds in ODLR, Kate Upton Turns 100 With Vanity Fair, Shailene Woodley Flaunts Foraging


Here comes the bride… with help from Martha Stewart! Kate Bosworth and Michael Polish exchanged vows in a Montana wedding over the weekend, with Stewart presiding as the nuptial's fairy godmother. The blushing bride wore not one, but two custom Oscar de la Renta gowns and capped off her “I Dos” in Jimmy Choo. [Martha Stewart Weddings]

Kate Upton is blowing out Vanity Fair's candles for its centennial issue. Inside the October 2013 release, photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Upton pays homage to the publication's 1913 debut while reminiscing on her own beginnings—and the modeling agent who tried to stand in her way. [Vanity Fair]

Shailene Woodley's latest spread in Flaunt Magazine has us gunning for a beach jaunt, but it's her quirky confessions that really lure us in. “I gather my own spring water from mountains every month,” the environmentalist revealed. “I go to a farm to get my food. I make everything, from my own toothpaste to my own body lotions and face oils… [and] my own medicines.” Puts a new spin on DIY. [Refinery 29]

Hi-tech glasses aren't Google's only foray into fashion. Google Maps is teaming up with Gucci to give customers a look inside its mens’ flagship in Milan. [WWD]

Buying and selling vintage wears from Vestiaire Collective just got easier. Condé Nast led a group of investors who injected $20 million into the company, which will “help expand [its] activities on the European market, starting with Germany,” then New York, according to U.S. director Adrien Wiesebron. [TechCrunch]

Now, on to Cara Delevingne's acting chops. The model-turned-actress is showcasing her hidden talents in a film for Fendi, shot by kaiser Karl Lagerfeld, obvi. [Vogue UK]