Style Scoop: Meryl Streep's Girls Get a Fashion Campaign and Fendi Does Haute 'Fourrure'

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Meryl Streep has some stylish daughters, don't you think? Her grown-up girls, Mamie, Louisa, and Grace Gummer, are taking their effortlessly chic, laid-back look to professional places as the faces for the & Other Stories's Co-Lab collection campaign. The line, which debuts March 5th, includes bags and accessories designed by Clare Vivier. [Huffington Post]

Fur seems to be on the agenda for Fendi's Paris Haute Couture show on July 8th, according to Karl Lagerfeld's revealed sketches of the collection. Reinforcing the tradition of animal skins in its couture line is fitting as Fendi has long had a fur atelier department.“It reinforces the tradition, magnifies our savoir faire, and it gives us a chance to experiment, as couture is a platform for experimentation,” Pietro Beccari, Fendi chairman and chief executive officer explained to WWD. “Haute 'fourrure' will set a differentiation between Fendi fur and the rest.” [Women's Wear Daily]

Even influencers as grand as Kanye West need a good mentor. For the Yeezus x Adidas designer, guidance through the fashion world came from the late Central Saint Martins professor, Louise Wilson, whose former students include Alexander McQueen, Jonathan Saunders, and Christopher Kane. During a BBC radio interview this week, West was moved to tears when discussing the role that the fashion design professor played in his life. [Vogue UK]

Looking for a princess-worthy prom dress? Formal wear brand, Ashdon, has partnered with Disney to create a line of gowns inspired by "Cinderella". The 2015 Disney Forever Enchanted Cinderella features frocks from $350-$800 and is now available on Promgirl.com and Simplydresses.com. [Glam Inbox]

Sue Stemp has unveiled the final result of her latest endeavor. The designer, whose worked at Alexander McQueen and Tocca as well as running her own namesake label, has launched the first fall collection from her new line, St. Roche. Stemp debuted St. Roche in September with a slew of lust-worthy spring and summer pieces. Looks like we'll be turning to the brand for colder weather must-haves, too. [Style.com]