Style Scoop: Miranda Kerr Returns to the Runway, A Kenneth Cole Production, ELLE Gets Manly


Though we're used to seeing Miranda Kerr saunter down the Victoria's Secret runway, the 30-year-old can still walk high fashion's way. Yesterday, she stormed her first catwalk of the season for Stella McCartney Spring 2014, later telling reporters at Telegraph “It's chic, it's wearable, and I want all of it.” [Huffington Post]

From stylish wears to social activism: Kenneth Cole will pound collegiate pavement to promote his new tome This is a Kenneth Cole Production, with letters from Diane von Furstenberg, former President Bill Clinton, and Robert Redford tracking the brand's 30-year history. [WWD]

Elle Man is making a bold claim for its French debut. The Edouard Dutour-helmed glossy is heralding Belgian actor Matthias Schoenaerts as “The New Brando” with “great style and potential—just like the magazine.” Elle's newest edition will bow this Thursday will a followup to come early next year. [WWD]

Color me green… with envy. The Coveteurspent an afternoon with Pharrell Williams as he celebrated ten years of Billionaire Boys Club and gave a shortlist of his top designers. “[My favorites are] Alber Elbaz of Lanvin, Ray, Junya Watanabe of Comme des Garçons, of course Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel, [and BBC Ice Cream collaborator] Mark McNairy.” [The Coveteur]

First, the Rottweiler tee, now this. We've added Givenchy's Bambi sweatshirt—worn by Carine RoitfeldLily Collins, and Amanda Seyfried—to our fall wish list. The ubiquitous wear even found its way to North West's wardrobe… which means Riccardo Tisci must have already dropped mine in the mail. [Fashionista]

Which must also be where my invitation to Prince George's christening is. His ceremony will take place at St. James Palace where he's expected to wear a replica of the 1841 gown designed for Queen Victoria's eldest daughter [InStyle UK]

Hermès is tying in the launch of its Silk Knots app with a Silk Bar pop-up shop in New York City's Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle. [Racked]

Our wishes are with designer Jen Kao who has made the decision to shutter her namesake line due to an undisclosed illness. Get well soon! [Vogue UK]