Style Scoop: Marc Jacobs Attendees Wore Beats by Dre, The Costume Institute Goes East, The Karl Daily Is The Newest Paper You Have To Read


Leave it to Marc Jacobs to round New York Fashion Week in a most unexpected way. The designer’s Spring 2015 runway show took place at the Park Avenue Armory and involved Beats by Dre—a pair for each guest. An ominous automated male voice talked over the show’s soundtrack as models including Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls, Anja Rubik and Adriana Lima walked the runway. [PageSix]

The Costume Institute’s spring exhibition is called “Chinese Whispers: Tales of the East in Art, Film and Fashion.” It will explore the influence of China on creativity, from fashion and costume to paintings, porcelain, art and movies. The exhibition will take place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Anna Wintour Costume Center. This calls for a very interesting approach to the Met Ball’s red carpet. Yahoo will sponsor the event, hosted by Jennifer Lawrence, Gong Li, Yahoo president and CEO Marissa Mayer, Wendi Murdoch and Anna Wintour of course.[Women’s Wear Daily]

Karl Lagerfeld is writing…a newspaper? Since he usually sticks to photography and fashion, it’s a surprising move for the self-proclaimed “paper freak.” But, nonetheless, The Karl Daily is a “satirical” broadsheet that showcases the designer’s talents for sketching, wordplay, photography and winking humor, as well as the latest products from his signature brand. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Instead of taking the traditional runway route, London label AllSaints is debuting its Spring 2015 collection digitally. The collection, which nods to the ideas of flight and movement, is about a “global experience,” according to creative director Wil Beedle. It only makes sense, then, to share it with the locales to which the brand has recently expanded, including South Korea, the US, Canada and the Netherlands. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Speaking of which…are you sad that Fashion Week is headed from New York over to London? Well, lest you should be out of the fashion look, VogueUK has everything you need to know about London’s upcoming week. Prepare to be dazzled by Marchesa, surprised by Topshop and blinded by Burberry as London Fashion Week unfolds. [Vogue UK]