Style Scoop: Kendall Jenner Is A #MyCalvins Girl, Tom Ford Does Film, Anya Hindmarch Goes Sticker Crazy

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Yes, the rumors were true: Kendall Jenner is the newest face of Calvin Klein. Because, at the end of the day, the only way to follow up that Justin Bieber campaign was to feature a Kardashian. Jenner’s campaign features Calvin Klein’s #mydenim Denim Series, a limited-edition, logo-driven offering inspired by athletic and urban streetwear. A campaign like this is certainly an achievement for the 19-year-old model, but it’s also quite a win for the brand, which is no doubt relying on Jenner’s social media prowess to help spread the word. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Tom Ford has teamed up with George Clooney to work on a screen adaptation of 1993 novel called “Tony and Susan.” Ford has written and will direct the film, titled “Nocturnal Animals,” and Clooney will produce the project with Grant Heslov, his partner at Smokehouse Pictures. This will be the designer’s second venture into film. [Women’s Wear Daily]

If you were a slave to sticker books back in the 90s, consider Anya Hindmarch’s latest launch your next sticker-y vice. Barneys New York hosted a cocktail party to fete the British designer’s “Sticker Shop,” a collection of high-end leather stickers meant to decorate bags, phone cases or other surfaces. The stickers, done in collaboration with Charlotte Stockdale of Chaos Fashion, are sure to make purse shopping even more fun that it already is. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Women’s Wear Daily reports that Amazon is engaged in “ongoing talks” to buy e-commerce giant Net-a-porter. The site was purchased by Compagnie Financiere Ruchemont in 2010 but it’s possible that the luxury group will monetize the value of Net-a-porter and sell it to a company willing to invest in it long-term. Enter: Amazon, which is looking to make an impression on the fashion world, and might take the purchase of Net-a-porter as an opportunity to do just that. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Karl Lagerfeld tapped Tiffany Cooper to contribute her talents to a fun ready-to-wear accessories collection for Stylebop. The tongue-in-cheek collection captures Lagerfeld and his cat Choupette in doodle-form, offering a clever spin on Lagerfeld’s signature style. [Glam Inbox]