Style Scoop: Naomi Hits the Netherlands, No House for Versace, Sole Studies with Roger Vivier


Naomi Campbell takes the Netherlands. The 43-year-old icon covers the fifth-anniversary issue of L'Officiel Netherlands, banging it out in designs from Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, and more. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery but Donatella Versace is not impressed. The Versace brand released a statement this morning saying it has “neither authorized nor had any involvement whatsoever in the forthcoming TV movie about Mrs. Versace,” referring to the Lifetime original House of Versace starring Gina Gershon. “Since Versace did not authorize the book on which it is based, the movie should only be seen as a work of fiction.” [WWD]

Step up your shoe game with a lesson in art history. Paris’ Palais de Tokyo will pay homage to chaussure connoisseur Roger Vivier in an exhibit called Virgulea nod to the signature, curved heel he created. The showcase will feature 170 pairs of his namesake shoes and are grouped by curator Olivier Saillard according to art movements (like Post-Impressionism and Egyptian antiques). [The Daily Beast]

Goop has done it again: Gwyneth Paltrow is keeping her designer collaborations on rotation, this time recruiting Loeffler Randall head Jessie Randall to craft a pair of black booties and a complementary black clutch. [ELLE]

Oh, she joined Instagram too, with a #selfie no less, featuring fashionable friend Jason Wu. [The Cut]

A clothing line isn't the only thing to bear Michael Kors’ name. The billionaire designer donated $5 million toward the expansion of God’s Love We Deliver, an organization that delivers meals to New Yorkers in need. In return, the New York-based service will name a newly-renovated SoHo operation center in his honor. [Fashionista]

Steve Madden just landed some prime real estate. The shoe maven bought a $15 million condo in Manhattan's Trump Palace. How's that for Haute Havens?! [The Real Deal]