Style Scoop: Marc Jacobs Minds LVMH, Lenny Kravitz Flashes Back with Fred Segal, Couture Gets Down


Marc Jacobs and his business partner may have ended their tenure at Louis Vuitton, but they're still rooted in the LVMH fold. As the pair preps Jacobs’ eponymous label for its IPO, which is still part of the LVMH conglomerate, Jacobs confirms “At this moment, nothing has changed.” [WWD]

Though Lenny Kravitz’s collaboration with Fred Segal may be news to you, the rocker-turned-interior designer goes way back with the brand. “I’ve been going to Fred Segal since I was in high school and that was the boutique where you could find things you couldn’t find elsewhere,” the Hunger Games actor told “It’s an incredible store and one of my friends from high school worked there, and it just felt right.” [ELLE]

Couture is getting down—Down Under, that is. The Art Gallery of South Australia will showcase more than 100 haute couture pieces from the archives of Les Arts Décoratifs in an exhibit named “Fashion Icons,” set to open on October 25, 2014. [WWD]

Pinterest has zoomed in on its fourth territory outside of the United States: Japan. [Fashionista]

Pringle of Scotland just got a major push. Owners of the luxury knitwear brand injected £10.3 million (about $16.4 million) into the company to offset last year's multi-million dollar losses. [Vogue UK]