Style Scoop: Lena Dunham Goes NastyGal, Christy Turlington Brings Effortless Chic To Porter, Nordstrom Tries To Avoid FOMO

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Lena Dunham got a little help from her friend Sophia Amoruso in putting together her wardrobe for the Not That Kind of Girl book tour. The pair selected 15 outfits that Dunham will wear throughout the tour, all of which are featured on NastyGal.com in a shoppable look book. They also collaborated on a tote—we dare you to wear it on the “69” side. [Glam Chic]

Supermodel Christy Turlington is Porter magazine’s winter 2014 cover girl, twofold. She appears on two different covers wearing a denim top in one and a yellow dress and striking jewels on the other (which is limited edition). Photographed by Inez & Vinoodh, “Effortless chic” really says it all. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Nordstrom is scared of having FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out). As much of the retail and editorial world makes its way to downtown Manhattan, Nordstrom is refusing to miss out on the hubbub. After news that Seattle-based retailer is opening its full-line store in New York City, on 57th Street, WWD is reporting that it’s also keeping its eye out for downtown space that can occupy a full-size department store. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Abercrombie & Fitch teamed up with Lucy Hale to continue its anti-bullying focus. The retailer is rolling out a multi-pronged campaign that includes video, graphic tees, in-store donations and a college scholarship program all aimed towards raising anti-bullying awareness. The program, called Are You An Ally?, is part of Abercrombie & Fitch’s ongoing anti-bullying efforts that launched during National Bullying Prevention Month in 2013. [Glam Inbox]

Fossil is venturing into the world of designer collaborations with print design duo Eley Kishimoto. The collection of accessories, due out for the holiday season, will include scarves, totes, wallets, cardholders, iPad holders, gloves and watches based on three exclusive Eley Lishimoto-designed graphic prints. The collaboration will continue for spring with new prints and products, including the brand’s “Retro Timer” watch. [Women’s Wear Daily]