Style Scoop: Miu Miu Is Seeing Blue, Burberry Chief Joins the Hall of Fame, Buy Vintage Bras from Gaultier


As controversial as Palme d’Or winner Blue is the Warmest Color may be (on screen and in real life), its two leading ladies, Léa Seydoux and Adèle Exarchopoulos are especially chic in Miu Miu's Resort 2014 campaign. [Fashionista]

Started as a window dresser at Marks and Spencer, now he's here: Burberry chief creative officer Christopher Bailey is the latest inductee into the WSGN Global Fashion Awards Hall of Fame. [Vogue UK]

All you Jean Paul Gaultier girls and guys headed out to his retrospective in Brooklyn, do it in style—JPG Vault style, that is. is now selling 50 vintage pieces from the brand including menswear and an amazing, cone-bra throwback from Fall 1985. [FarFetch]

Terry Richardson and Equinox—it seemed like a match made in fitness heaven. Yet, like all good workouts, this union has come to an end. [Page Six]

Arnold Palmer had no reservations about sharing his favorite moment with model Kate Upton for the cover shoot of Golf Digest. Hint: it involved a little PDA. [AdWeek]

3-D printing isn't limited to clothing these days. It's making its mark in jewelry too, and Neiman Marcus is on board for the bling invasion. The store is now selling two pieces of 3-D printed jewelry, exclusively online, and made to order from 3-D printing manufacturer Shapeways in Long Island City, New York. [Neiman Marcus]

Finally, you can craft outfit ideas and home décor dreams on your iPad thanks to Polyvore's mobile upgrade. [Fashionista]

How many times can Kate Moss cover Vogue UK in this lifetime? December 2013's issue, in which she's clad in Alexander McQueen, makes 34… and counting. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Kenzo is headed west with what it hopes to be the new It bag: a $1,005 Kalifornia (with a K!) gem. [Wall Street Journal]