Style Scoop: Kim Kardashian Co. Gets Rachel Zoe, M.A.C.’s New Beauty, Carine Roitfeld Joins Alexander Wang at Balenciaga?
If you thought that Rachel Zoe already had her hands full with a clothing line, Manhattan blow dry bars, and a family, think again. The queen of all things bohemian chic has joined Brian Lee and a slew of other celebrity stylists, including mommy-to-be Kim Kardashian, as the latest celebrity stylist for ShoeDazzle. [GlamChic]
We all know that Equinox is the holy grail of a haute workout, so it's no surprise that the gym chain recruited Terry Richardson to shoot its latest “It's Not Fitness It's Life” campaign, his third for the company. As long as we end up with the same toned tummies and sculpted silhouettes as the models in the new Hollywood Hills-shot editorials, we're renewing our gym membership today! [ELLE]
What will send you into a nostalgic haze thirty years from now? KimYe's baby? Taylor Swift's million-in-a-month sales from Red? Or the Chris Brown–Rihanna love trysts? According to Simon Vozick-Levinson of Rolling Stone, we'll flashback to the music of Jay-Z. Kanye West, and OutKast, while in the fashion spectrum, Lady Gaga, Victoria Beckham, Kim Kardashian, Gwyneth Paltrow, and the preppy chic looks from J. Crew will reign supreme. And we, of course, will be reminiscing on all things hipster. [New York Times]
T: The New York Times Magazine is now under new (style) management. Kate Lanphear, former style director at ELLE, has been confirmed as the periodical's new style director. In other words, we can expect to see her front row at fashion week this February next to her new T peers. [MediaBistro]
When it comes to putting unconventional beauty to the forefront, M.A.C. cosmetics is the uncontested champion. From the company's collaborations with Cyndi Lauper and Lady Gaga to Iris Apfel and even Miss Piggy, M.A.C. has yet to disappoint. This time around, it's bringing brawny beauty Jelena Abbou to the masses, a Serbian bodybuilder and personal trainer who takes the new “Strength” collection to new, ripped heights. [GlamBlush]
After the whirlwind that was Nicolas Ghèsquiere's departure from Balenciaga, followed by the announcement of Alexander Wang as the label's new creative director, the rumor mill is churning again. This time, it's putting Carine Roitfeld at the house as its new stylist. Wang x Roitfeld: what a pair that would be! Sadly, the rumor is exactly that – a rumor. [Fashionista]