Style Scoop: Madonna Covers Interview, Victoria’s Secret Models Made it to London, Kendall Jenner Writes Her Own Burn Book


Madonna appears on the cover of Interview magazine’s December/January issue—and is almost unrecognizable. But even crazier than that is the way she was interviewed for the feature: by performance artist and magician, David Blaine. This is pretty entertaining, guys. (Click here to see more December/January covers!) [Interview]

The Victoria’s Secret models have made it across the pond in anticipation of the annual runway show, which will take place at London’s Earl Court on December 2. The 47 models have been documenting the extravaganza on Instagram, which began with an appearance outside the Victoria’s Secret Store on Bond Street on Monday morning. We’re certain there’ll be much more where that came from. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Kendall Jenner channeled Taylor Swift’s “haters gonna hate” mantra and channeled Mean Girls in a new video parody made in partnership with Dazed and Confused. The budding model addresses her haters via her Burn Book, which contains a mixture of movie references and versions of critiques she’s received since achieving model-stardom. Like the original movie, it’s a must-watch. [Fashionista]

Ralph Lauren is placing bets on wearable tech—but not in the way you might expect. The company is unveiling a “Ricky bag with light,” a variation on the signature leather top-handle bag named after Mr. Lauren’s wife. This one will come with an internal LED and a built-in USB charger for a smartphone. [The New York Times]

Black Friday sales were way down this year—11 percent, to be exact—according to the National Retail Federation. Overall shopper traffic from Thanksgiving Day through Sunday dropped 5.2 percent from last year, reaching 133.7 million unique holiday shoppers, versus 141.1 million in 2013. The NRF credits a strengthening economy, early holiday promotions and online shopping were factors in this year’s Black Friday shopping decline. [Women’s Wear Daily]