Style Scoop: Kendall Jenner Joins The Society, J. Crew Sells Out, Catching Fire Goes High Fashion


While Kanye West tries to trump classism by landing Kim Kardashian on the cover of Vogue, it's her younger sister, Kendall Jenner, who may have the upper hand. The 18-year-old got signed to The Society Management, where she joins the likes of Adriana Lima and Lindsey Wixson. Jenner, who was previously repped by Wilhelmina, already has editorial credits in Miss VogueV Magazine, and Lovecat. [Fashionista]

J. Crew reps may not “comment on industry speculation” but that hasn't stopped rumors that the brand is up for sale. Owners TPG Capital and Leonard Green & Partners are reportedly putting the prep-friendly brand on the market, while others say its readying for an IPO. [Vogue UK]

Catching Fire's Capitol Couture movement can be attributed to costume designer Trish Summerville who wanted the franchise's latest installment to have “a darker feel, a moodier feel, an escalated feel, a higher fashion feel.” We're just wondering how she pulled it off with 6,000 extras to dress. [Daily Beast]

On the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, attention has again shifted to the iconic pink suit that Jackie Kennedy wore on that fateful day in 1963. Among the fact that it wasn't a Chanel original and that she'd worn it six times before, it turns out that the public won't be able to see the archived wear for another 50 years. [ELLE]

No need to scout the military trend at Army supply stores and thrift shops. You can know buy official camo shirts and fatigues, licensed by the U.S. Army, at Zappos. [Fashionista]