Style Scoop: Meet the Antimodel, Beach Bum with Nasty Gal, Dressing Lupita


With brands from Urban Outfitters to Rodarte booking unconventional models to front their campaigns, London’s Anti-Agency is blurring the lines between runway-to-reality, signing “girls and boys with personality, indiviual style and talent… with real lives.” So, if you happen to channel Chloe Norgaard this gig may be for you. [The Daily Beast]

#Surfboard season is upon us and Nasty Gal is answering our Beyoncé-meets-beach needs. The soon-to-be brick-and-mortar released its first, in-house swimwear collection today, that let just enough hang out. [Fashionista]

Leave it to Lupita Nyong’o to steal your fave’s red carpet thunder. While she can rock monochromatic Ralph Lauren red with as much ease a custom Prada in Nairobi blue, it’s her stylist, Micaela Erlanger, who deserves equal credit for making the Academy Award-winner Hollywood’s It-girl. [Vanity Fair]

L’Oreal Paris’ Lara Stone is a vision in Lanvin for her April 2014 cover of Harper’s Bazaar, where she opens up about her 2009 rehab stay and turning 30. Not that she looks a day older than 25. Just sayin’. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Comme des Garçons is the new Supreme. Rei Kawakubo’s Dover Street Market mainstay will launch its collaboration with the streetwear brand on Thursday, with a limited-edition baseball tee, hat, button-downs, and bombers. [Racked]

From Nicolas Ghesquière to Nike? Not so fast. Though Kristen Stewart has worn her share of Nikes on the red carpet, the athletic arm denies that she has inked an endorsement deal. Maybe she can take the Kanye-Adidas approach. [Vogue UK]

We’re happy Pharrell will be brightening up our day—and closets—with his approaching Uniqlo collection, but it’s Inès de la Fressange’s range that has us saying oui, oui! Images for the Parisian icon’s Uniqlo capsule have been released, giving us plenty of time to develop a wishlist before the line drops March 17th. [Fashionista]