Style Scoop: Miranda Kerr Covers Vogue Korea, Taylor Swift is Fragrance Queen, Saks Welcomes Christian Louboutin


And Vogue Korea makes two. Victoria's Secret alum Miranda Kerr landed her second covetable cover of the fashion authority this year with a minimal look for its July 2013 Korean edition. The bronzed beauty was snapped by photographer Eric Guillemain in high-waist hot pants and a white hot Proenza Schouler jacket. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Fragrance mirror on the wall, who's the sweetest-smelling celeb of them all? Taylor Swift. The Fragrance Foundation named her the Fragrance Celebrity of the Year thanks to her perfume portfolio which includes Wonderstruck, Wonderstruck Enchanted, and Taylor by Taylor Swift (out this month). []

It's here! Christian Louboutin has officially left its signature, red-soled mark on Saks with the debut of its own shop inside the Fifth Avenue behemoth. The shop-in-shop is the latest addition to the retailer's expanding 10022-Shoe wing. “When you have a big floor like we have, providing some brand direction for customers is important so it’s not just a sea of racks,” Saks president and CMO Ron Frasch told WWD. “You need some interesting elements that break it up and frame the floor.” [Christian Louboutin YouTube]

Model-turned-shoe mavenNatalia Vodianova is offering the chance to intern at Chanel with Karl Lagerfeld for her Naked Heart Foundation. The children's charity will hold its annual auction this July in Monaco, where an internship with the kaiser, tennis game with a professional player, and a night at the opera with royalty are all up for bids. [WWD]

The Paris Review is turning 60 in style. The literary magazine teamed up with British swimwear brand and past Monocle collaborator Orlebar Brown on a collection of trunks for Barneys. The beach wears will feature iconic covers of the glossy and run for a cool $320. [The Fashion Spot]

Despite its scenic location, amazing acts, and three-day celebration of the best music around, there was apparently one really bad thing to come out of Coachella 2013: denim cutoff overload for Opening Ceremony icon Chloe Sevigny. “I was at Coachella this year and I kept calling them ‘denim underwear,’ because all the girls wear the denim underwear and it’s, like, a little obscene,” she said during Proenza Schouler's first collection unveiling at Barneys. “I don’t want to say that, but you know, sometimes I think that they’re just too short. And now I’m turning into that person that I’m like, ‘your shorts are too short!’” If you ask us, even at 38, she can somehow still pull them off. [The Cut]