Style Scoop: Molly Sims is Expecting, Tom Ford Will Return to London, Cara Delevingne Reveals DKNY Campaign

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Molly Sims is expecting baby number two! The 41-year-old model, her husband Scott Stuber and their 2-year-old son, Brooks, will welcome the fourth member of their family early next year. Sims announced the news on her blog Tuesday morning, writing, “I absolutely cannot wait to see what life will be like as a mother to a toddler and a newborn, and I really can’t wait to see Brooks as an older brother to Baby #2! I just know that he’s going to be preciously protective.” [MollySims.com]

Tom Ford might be leaving London Fashion Week next season in favor of always-sunny Los Angeles (really, it has to do with a date shift in February’s fashion month schedule), but he’ll be back. In response to disappointed fashion insiders, Ford told WWD that, “I love London, and I am not abandoning London Fashion Week. It’s a onetime thing, it made sense for me, and I plan to be back in September.” Phew. [Elle UK]

The Cara Delevingne for DKNY campaign has finally arrived. The model used Instagram to scout models for the campaign and she found three guys and three girls to star in the ads alongside her. The winners of the competition include a model, a photographer and a graphic design student—all of whom look pretty fierce, if you ask us. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Lane Crawford is teaming up with Chloé to produce an exclusive capsule called Chloe The Pink Wardrobe. Designed by Chloé creative director Clare Waight Keller, the collection includes 10 pieces such as dresses, t-shirts and knits. The line launches in stores and online on November 13. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Seafolly took a musical approach to its latest campaign: the bathing suit brand collaborated with emerging band Panama on the song “Stay Forever.” The collaboration also includes a music video featuring directed by Daniel Askill (who worked on Sia’s “Chandelier” video) and stars supermodel Martha Hunt. Watch it here. [Glam Inbox]