Style Scoop: Miley is Mad for Marc, Fetch-ing Mean Girls, Converse Blacks Out


It's no secret that Miley Cyrus’ best style moment of 2013 came courtesy of Marc Jacobs. How does she repay him? By becoming the teen angst-inspired face of his Spring 2014 collection. [Nylon]

Admit it—you still quote Regina George and the gang with ease, even ten years after Mean Girls first debuted. Well, you're in luck: L.A. jewelry brand Stella and Bow is commemorating the film's anniversary with a capsule collection of fancy bling. In other words, it's totally fetch. [Pret-A-Reporter]

Things are looking rather dark over at Converse. The purveyor of Chuck Taylor chic is teaming up with heavy metal band Black Sabbath—yes, Ozzy Osbourne's Black Sabbath—for a limited-edition high-top sneaker. Best of all, it'll only cost you $60. [GLAM Inbox]

Is Google Glass over before it ever really began? No… but we thought a scandalous lead-in would make better for Opening Ceremony's frontier into wearable tech. OC designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon are linking with Intel and the CFDA to develop a tech bracelet device, to be sold exclusively at Barneys. [The Cut]

Karl Lagerfeld is taking over the hospitality game, one hotel at a time. After redesigning Hôtel Métropole Monte-Carlo's poolside lounge into a Greek mythology-inspired oasis, he's been tapped to design two “grand apartments” in Paris’ Hôtel de Crillon. [Telegraph]

Television personality LouiseRoe may not be “designer obsessive,” but the Bebe, Jimmy Choo, and Vince Camuto finds in her west coast closets have us updating our wardrobe wants.[Bluefly]

In the words of wise wordsmith Drake, “hold on, we're going home.” Just not in Mary-Kate Olsen’s East Village haven. The Row creative head sold her lower Manhattan town home—a buy from beau Olivier Sarkozy that Olsen never stayed in—to artist Aaron Young for $6.2 million. [Oyster Mag]

If your skin isn't loving this ridiculously cold weather, it might be time to introduce oatmeal to your skincare routine. Not only is this delicious treat the perfect morning pick-me-up, it can also work wonders on your complexion. Try a DIY mask or scrub, or go for a product that has the good stuff built right in. [The Luxury Spot]