Style Scoop: Lottie Moss Lands REDValentino, Hillary Clinton Might Have An Upcoming Vogue Cover, Andre Leon Talley Departs Zappos Couture


Lottie Moss—as in, Kate Moss’ little sister—is becoming a supermodel in her own right. The 16-year-old is fronting REDValentino’s winter advertising campaign in a series of kooky, cartoonish photos. She sports the swan motif sweaters and blouses, which Diane Kruger has already been spotted wearing, in the campaign, which was photographed by Tim Walker. [InStyle UK]

Rumor has it that Hillary Clinton is slated for another Vogue cover appearance in the near future. Apparently, the former First Lady was spotted studying a rack of clothes at Michael Kors' midtown studio alongside editrix Anna Wintour. The last time she appeared en Vogue was in 1998 wearing an Oscar de la Renta gown. Suffice it to say, we're ready for a reprise. [The Cut]

Zappos Couture did not renew André Leon Talley’s contract as artistic director, which included overseeing content on Zappos Couture’s site, including fashion shoots, videos and top trends. His one-year gig expires on Thursday. The goal of his hire was to help the Amazon-owned site elevate its image, but WWD reports: “rumor has it that the project was not driving sales.” [Women’s Wear Daily]

The Balloon Dog bags are back at H&M, but this time they’re in a lovely magenta hue. As the “Jeff Koons: A Retrospective” exhibit arrives at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Swedish retailer chose to offer another limited-edition Koons bag. It will be available to the public to discover and purchase on December 10 at a breakfast hosted by the Champs-Élysées H&M store. The bag will be sold exclusively at the Champs-Élysées H&M and on for 39.99 euros. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Adidas released campaign imagery to correspond with Pharrell Williams’ collaborative collection, and it’s all about equality. Shot by Ryan McGinley, the ad features two new products: a track jacket in satin or leather and a new (bright green!) Stan Smith sneaker in leather. The campaign promotes racial and gender equality, as evidenced by the models appearing in the images. [Women’s Wear Daily]

As the seasons shift and you start cleaning out your closet, consider donating your used goods to a great cause. Lolë Yellow Label is taking your most loved coats and rehabbing them to be resold at one of their pop-up shops. Padma Lakshmi is one of many celebrities that have already donated coats this year, and all proceeds benefit [Glam Inbox]