Style Scoop: Kate Moss Is Back on Top, Gaga Goes After Machete, Olsens Hit the Beach


It's been three years since Kate Mossflexed her design skills for Topshop, but we will finally see—and wear—more from the queen of heroin chic next spring. “Now more than ever, with London being at the forefront of fashion… it feels like I’m back home working with Topshop,” the supermodel said of her upcoming April 2014 collection of accessories, clothing, and shoes. [WWD]

Lady Gaga packed up the minimalist wears for her feature film debut. Mother Monster teamed up with Danny TrejoSofia Vergara, and Jessica Alba for Machete Kills, and as the trailer shows, is serving killer chic à la “Telephone.” [YouTube]

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are banking on the beach. The fashion forward twins who teamed up with StyleMint in 2011, now have a minority ownership in parent company BeachMint, meaning their influence will be felt across its ShoeMint, JewelMint, and IntiMint verticals. [WWD]

Cara Delevingne isn't the only muse walking off the runway and on to the screen. Androgynous wonder Andrej Pejic landed a speaking role as Dracula's brother in a Turkish, period drama entitled Fatih. [Frockwriter]

Alexa Chung is giving us a lesson in style for the November issue of FLARE magazine. Everyone's favorite IT girl was styled by Kemal Harris in preppy plaid, schoolgirl-inspired collars, and modern-day Mary Jane's for the ultimate fall uniform. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

What time is it? Basketball season. Ok… that's not really GLAM's area of expertise, but when Miami Heat MVP LeBron James boasts some covetable bling, we have to pay attention. James is following in mentor Jay Z's footsteps and releasing 600 Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph timepieces with Audemars Piguet, valued at a $56,000. [GQ UK]

Proenza Schouler has gone downtown. The brand, which sold designs out of an Upper West Side boutique, opened its second standalone store in SoHo at 121 Greene Street. [WWD]