Style Scoop: Miu Miu Reveals Spring Campaign, Lena Dunham Graces A Glossy, Cara Delevingne Takes On Another Role

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Miu Miu’s spring 2015 campaign features rising stars Imogen Poots, Mia Goth, and Marine Vacth in a series of moody images shot by Steven Meisel. The actresses were shot in cinematic settings complete with vintage wallpaper, dark wood furniture, and an unmade bed. Their hair was styled by Guido Palau and makeup done by Pat McGrath. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Just in time for the season four premiere of Girls, Lena Dunham graces the February cover of Elle. The writer/director/actress sports a Saint Laurent top and leather jacket. A spokesperson for Elle added that the cover and additional images are being released formally on Tuesday. [Fashionista]

Model Cara Delevingne is already taking 2015 by the horns and adding another accolade to her list of accomplishments. The model/actress has been appointed a guest editor of Conde Nast’s Love magazine. Her first task will be to guest-edit the title’s forthcoming spring 2015 issue, which hits newsstands on February 9. Editor-in-chief Katie Grand said she’d “always known that [Delevingne is] an exceptionally bright, sharp, and hilarious young woman. That’s why I was so keen to let her have this chance to exercise her skills as a journalist and writer.” [Women’s Wear Daily]

Jourdan Dunn is the cover star of British Vogue’s February issue, making her the first black model to front the magazine since Naomi Campbell did so in 2002. Dunn herself tweeted the news, thanking photographer Patrick Demarchelier and stylist Kate Phelan. Though Dunn is the first black model to grace the glossy’s cover in over a decade, she’s not the first black woman to do so—both Rihanna and Beyoncé have appeared on the cover. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Stella McCartney and Adidas have joined sporty forces to create Adidas StellaSport, an athletic collection aimed at a younger audience than the Adidas by Stella McCartney line. The “ath-leisure” collection launches January 15 and features apparel, accessories, and footwear in bolder colors and within the $20-$100 range, which can be worn to the gym and on the streets. [Women’s Wear Daily]