Style Scoop: Miranda Kerr’s Qantas Wings, Rag & Bone Brings It to London, See Chanel’s New Métiers d’Art Collection on Film


While we can finally put rumors of a wing-less Miranda Kerr to bed, as the Victoria's Secret Angel has taken flight with another pair at Qantas Airlines. Yesterday, she helped model the new flight attendant uniforms for the airline, made by fellow Aussie Martin Grant. [USA Today]

The design duo behind Rag & Bone may have taken up shop in NYC, but after showing their Fall 2013 womenswear collection, the English natives are taking their menswear show back across the pond. Marcus Wainwright and David Neville will add their Fall 2014 men's show to the London Collections lineup alongside Alexander McQueen, Burberry, and Tom Ford. [ELLE]

Oh, sweet, sweet Chanel! Thanks to filmmaker Trevor Undi, we've got a dazzling look at the house's Métiers d'Art 2012/13 collection at Scotland’s Linlithgow Palace. Undi captured a winsome 2:30 clip full of Karl Lagerfeld's latest. [Vimeo]

Brioni is focusing its attention on helping children in Haiti with a new scholarship fund. The Italian luxury label teamed up with Artists for Peace and Justice for a seven-year crusade that will sponsor 80 Haitian children as they complete their secondary school education. [VOGUE UK]

For those who aren't familiar with Thomas Pink's womenswear line, which launched in 1992, prepare to pay attention! Today, the U.K. brand unveiled a revamped 60-piece collection that speaks to its “women wearing their husband’s, boyfriend’s or significant other’s shirts” origin. Using icons like Diana Vreeland and Katharine Hepburn as inspiration, Thomas Pink “went back to the original idea of a slightly oversize shirt,” creative director Florence Torrens said to WWD.The new range will be in stores by August. [WWD]

Condé Nast glossy Self Magazine is teaming up with the Winklevoss twins to enter the e-commerce space. While Self won't be selling products directly from its pages, readers will be able to set up Hukkster alerts to let them know when items in its shopping guides are available at bargain prices. [Racked]