Style Scoop: Kate Moss Fashions Up Tech, Naomi Campbell Opens Couture Week, Sienna Miller Fronts Burberry with Fiance


Kate Moss will never go out of style. This year alone, she's fronted campaigns for Stuart Weitzman, Versace, and St. Tropez; been confirmed to cover Playboy's 60th anniversary issue; and even been credited with sparking John Galliano's return to fashion. Now, her quarter-century of fashion fame has dialed in to a collection of mobile device accessories with Carphone Warehouse. “My phone's as much a part of my look as my bag or shoes, and yet there's so little choice out there,” Moss said to Vogue UK online. “My whole approach was to treat this as any other fashion collaboration; I was heavily involved in the design process and loved seeing my vision come to life in the final product. From the quality of materials to the design, I wanted the best for my range that reflected my personal style.” [Vogue UK]

Another supermodel whose light shines as bright as it did in the early '90s is none other than Naomi Campbell. That fact was made even clearer last night when The Face mentor and executive producer opened Paris Couture Week with a slinky saunter down the Versace runway. [Grazia Daily]

Burberry's latest couple is a real-life one. Sienna Miller and fiance Tom Sturridge immortalized their love—and sartorial savvy—in the brand's Mario Testino-lensed campaign that will debut this fall. No strangers to Burberry's bearings, Miller and Sturridge most recently wore the label at the 2013 Tony Awards. [ELLE]

Is there anything Karl Lagerfeld can't do? He runs Fendi, Chanel, and his own namesake label; photographs gorgeous people and iconic fountains; and even makes us want to play video games (which makes us want this Tokidoki x Karl Lagerfeld capsule even more!). And it just so happens that he has a major eye for interior design, too. Lagerfeld credits Homer's Greek epic TheOdyssey for inspiring his latest work, a redesigned pool and lounge area at the Hotel Métropole Monte-Carlo. [Fashionista]

Lacoste is turning 80 and isn't afraid of letting go. “They still look like Lacoste shirts even if they don’t have a crocodile on them,” said graphic designer Peter Saville, who was tasked with creating limited-edition polos that nixed Lacoste's trademark croc logos for more abstract ones. “It's about requisitioning the mainstream to translate an idea that is not about selling.” But one that's guaranteed to sell out… fast! Saville fashioned only 160 shirts for Lacoste's Holiday Collector that will go on sale for $547 on November 15. [WWD]

Sephora isn't the only big retailer looking to beautify Brooklyn. This Wednesday, H&M will open a 29,000-square-foot space on the borough's bustling Fulton Street. If you're one of the first 250 shoppers to fête H&M's BK block party, you could be in for a gift card worth up to $300. [WWD]

Bottega Veneta didn't shy away from all things red and hot for its Fall 2013 campaign. The luxury house recruited NYC photographer Ralph Gibson to shoot the ad, starring male model Mathias Lauridsen and Brazilian beauty Raquel Zimmerman in a red coat from the forthcoming collection. [Fashion Gone Rogue]