Style Scoop: Katy Perry and Jeremy Scott Make Fireworks, Iris Apfel Stars in Second Fashion Campaign, Derek Lam 10 Crosby Teams With Athleta


Leave it to Katy Perry and Jeremy Scott to create a Super Bowl halftime show of epic proportions. Of course, Perry rocked the house by singing a medley of seven songs in 12 minutes—but what was extra impressive was the four costume changes she made. Perry and Scott worked together to craft designs for her Super Bowl performance, and they truly did not disappoint. And how about that glittering Moschino dress for the finale? Fireworks, for sure. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Iris Apfel is officially on the fashion campaign circuit, appearing in ads for Alexis Bittar and, now, Kate Spade. The 93-year-old fashion icon and Karlie Kloss make for a dynamic duo that captures Kate Spade’s dichotomous eccentric look and classic appeal. The two look cozy on a park bench wearing very different, but complementary, outfits—and they couldn’t be more charming. [Fashionista]

Derek Lam 10 Crosby teamed up with Athleta for the retailer’s first ever designer collaboration. The collection launches in stores in September and will span the length of three delivery seasons (including Fall 2015, Winter 2015 and Spring 2016). The lifestyle line will transcend the gym to ensure all day (comfortable) style. Pieces can be purchased online at and select Athleta stores, as well as the Derek Lam 10 Crosby boutique in New York’s SoHo neighborhood. [Glam Inbox]

The latest chapter of the trademark challenge by Gucci against GUESS ended in Fance on January 30 with a complete victory for GUESS. The Court of Paris denies Gucci's request for €55 million in damages and the Italian house was instead ordered to pay GUESS €30,000. The court invalidated three of Gucci's “G” community and international trademarks, meaning that Gucci can no longer claim exclusive use to those marks. [Glam Inbox]

Lululemon Athletica founder Chip Wilson has resigned from the company’s board. Since returning from a sabbatical in Australia in 2013, Wilson has been assisting in positioning the company’s long-term objectives. This news follows several other recent shifts in senior management at Lululemon. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Claudia Schiffer joined forces with Tse’s creative director, Tina Lutz, to create a capsule collection for the knits-focused brand. The collection isn’t the supermodel’s first foray into the world of knits—she had her own collection several years ago. Her Tse capsule collection will debut this fall with 17 styles of cashmere and wool-blend knits that were inspired in part by David Hockney photographs from the seventies. [Women’s Wear Daily]