Style Scoop: Kate Moss for Givenchy and Stuart Weitzman, ‘Modern Family’ Does Manis, Is Kanye West x A.P.C. Up Next?


While the coveted Kate Moss book may be flying off shelves (all eight covers!), we can never have enough of the legendary supermodel in our lives. Enter Givenchy and Stuart Weitzman. Moss, at an unbelievable 38 years old, is fronting spring 2013 campaigns for both design houses. She'll join the company of Mariacarla Boscono, José María Manzanares, and Jared Buckhiester for the Ricardo Tisci Givenchy ads, while she'll be the sole, leggy star for Weitzman's latest ads. [WWD, People]

Speaking of Givenchy, could the label's two-time collaborator Kanye West be cooking up another design partnership? According to the Twitterverse… maybe. A.P.C. founder Jean Touitou tweeted a photo of the pair, caption free, that only sends our speculation meter into a frenzy. [Complex]

Look out Lena Dunham. You and the GIRLS nail polish collection with Deborah Lippman will be facing some competition from another small screen favorite: Modern Family. The award-winning Fox sitcom is entering the manicure race with a line of lacquers from OPI. The 13-piece capsule features shades like Back In My Gloria Daysfor Sofia Vergara's fiery character and I Do De-Claire named after the hilarious Julie Bowen's Claire. [GlamBlush]

Louis Vuitton has a new CEO — again. Jordi Constans, who joined the brand just a month ago from yogurt giant Groupe Danone, will now be succeeded by Michael Burke, a current LVMH employee. Constans' exit was prompted by an undisclosed medical condition. [VOGUE UK]

If you thought supermodel Gisele Bündchen would emerge as the only star from her Brazilian brood, think again. Her niece, five-year-old Duda, is headed down the same road. And not only is the pint-sized star the face of children's label Brandili Mundi, she designs for them, too. Talk about a model, and mogul, in the making! [Today]

While the entertainment world is buzzing about shortlists for awards season (the Oscars are right around the corner, after all), fashion folks are on edge because of another one: the British Fashion Council/VOGUE Fashion Fund 2013 shortlist. Roksanda Ilincic, Mary Katrantzou, Nicholas Kirkwood, Peter Pilotto, and Emillia Wickstead are the five contenders up for the fund's £200,000 prize (that's just about $325,000). On January 29, the winner will join the ranks of Erdem, Christopher Kane, and Jonathan Saunders as the fund's fourth recipient. [Style]

What do Benicio Del Toro, Harvey Keitel, Dane DeHaan (Chronicle), and Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Savages) have in common? Besides a common on-screen profession, the quartet are the new faces for Prada's black and white campaign for spring 2013. [Fashionista]