Style Scoop: Mini Supermodels Pose for Withings, Lauren Conrad Fetes New Cinderella Collection, Kelly Osbourne Considers Leaving Fashion Police


Nope, that’s not Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss in Burberry trenches—they’re two mini models that just look exactly like them. Wearables company Withings released a photo series featuring preteen supermodel lookalikes with the intent of solidifying its products as fashion accessories. The Activité Pop is now available in the UK and will go on sale at Best Buy in the US this March. [Fashionista]

Lauren Conrad drew inspiration from the Disney Animated Classic to create a Cinderella-inspired collection, available exclusively at Kohl’s. To celebrate the launch of the collection, Conrad hosted an event at Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills. The whimsical, fairytale setting aptly showcased the romantic skirts, embellished sweaters, and feminine bows. [Glam Inbox]

After getting a lot of heat for making a racially insensitive comment about Zendaya’s Oscars hairstyle, Giuliana Rancic officially apologized for what she said. But that didn’t necessarily undo all the damage she’d already done. Rancic’s Fashion Police co-star, Kelly Osbourne, got dragged into the mix and responded by questioning whether she should leave her post on E!’s popular show. [Page Six]

As London Fashion Week came to a close, one last hoorah rounded out the week. Style stars including Alexa Chung, Cara Delevingne, Diane Kruger, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Taylor Swift attended the Elle Style Awards on Tuesday evening, all clad in their red carpet best. Swift gets an honorable mention for sporting a rockstar-worthy Julien Macdonald gown. [Fashionista]

Kylie Jenner joins sister Kendall Jenner for her latest modeling endeavor. The pair appears in a video for their PacSun spring collection, which will be available exclusively at the retailer beginning February 27. The clothes are pretty cute, but creepy music and doll-like gazes give the film an eerie edge. Watch it here. [Fashion Gone Rogue]