Style Scoop: Kim K Wants to Dress Your Baby, Smell Like Jay Z, Pulling Galliano’s Strings


This just in: Kim Kardashian and her sisters are thinking about launching a clothing line for babies. Meaning your tot may—or may not—be able to keep up with little North West's designer duds. [ELLE]

In case you missed it, Jay Z is still going for the gold with his holiday collaboration at Barneys, despite the store's controversial standing. Amid custom pieces from Balenciaga, Balmain, Moncler, and more, Mr. Carter is also set to launch his premiere fragrance, Gold. We're not sure about the eau de toilette's notes just yet… but we imagine that it'll smell like money. [Belfast Telegraph]

Vestoj, the annual, Parisian “journal on sartorial matters,” is celebrating the release of its fourth issue with Little John, a 20-minute puppetry performance inspired by John Galliano's June interview with Charlie Rose. [WWD]

Move over Nicki Minaj! You may have flexed your design muscle for Kmart, but as it turns out, Adam Levine's menswear there is doing exceptionally well… so good, that the retailer wants him to work on womenswear next. [Fashionista]

Now, back to trendy tots: Jean Paul Gaultier is launching couture for the kiddies for Spring 2014. Expect tulle, silk bodices, Swarovski-encrusted boleros, and plenty of pink for—brace yourself—$1,200 a piece. [Vogue UK]