Style Scoop: Miley Cyrus Poses for V, Rebecca Minkoff Does Wearable Tech, Abercrombie & Fitch Ditches Its Logo


Miley Cyrus poses on top of a bed of stuffed animals for the 91st issue of V Magazine. Dubbed “The Rebel Issue,” the starlet poses for Karl Lagerfeld in a custom Fendi bodysuit modeled after the fuzzy friends on which she sits. It’s just about the least wearable bathing suit ever but, hey, she looks pretty good in it. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Rebecca Minkoff is the latest designer to dive into the wearable tech trend. Created in partnership with Case-Mate, the five-item collection includes a bracelet, a compact mobile charger, iPhone cases and a wristlet that come in various colors. The pieces retail for $40-$80 and will go on sale at and in Nordstrom in September—after they debut at the designer’s New York Fashion Week runway show, of course. [Women’s Wear Daily]

We hope you’ve saved some of your old Abercrombie & Fitch sweatshirts and t-shirts, because soon, the retailer’s logo will be no more—and you’ll have straight-up vintage moose garb on your hands (eBay anyone). The retailer is following suit with other brands and moving away from the logo business, primarily because its customers are less interested in them. It seems we’ve officially exited the early 2000’s. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Kendall Jenner is no longer a Jenner. She’s just…”Kendall.” K. [Glam Chic]

She already starred in a cooler-than-cool ad campaign for Rag & Bone, and now Winona Ryder appears in the brand’s video component of the Fall '14 campaign. She takes her booties to the boardwalk, where she plays arcade games upon arcade games (damn that claw!), and looks pretty much how we look when we get tangled up in ticket winnings—minus the awesome clothes and super-glam smile. [YouTube]