Style Scoop: Net-A-Porter Headed to Print, Amy Adams Fronts Lacoste Fragrance Ad, Karl Lagerfeld Gets Jelly


While Net-A-Porter has already stamped itself as the go-to destination for luxury finds online, it still has yet to cross over to print… until now. Company CEO Mark Sebba said “it isn't a secret” that the dotcom will launch a print magazine within the next 12 months, giving its six million users a better feel to the e-commerce site and expanding its exclusive, quarterly print release. [WIRED UK]

Karl Lagerfeld may be busy at the helm of Chanel while juggling photography, illustrations, and his own namesake line, but he still has time to revive an '90s trend: jelly shoe brand, Melissa. The kaiser, as he's lovably called in the land of haute couture, is collaborating with the plastic-shoe cobblers to produce a capsule collection with jellies for the refined sartorial palette. [GlamChic]

It's a shame that the leggy goodness that fills the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show has only been broadcast in the U.S. But this year, that all changes. For the first time ever, the annual Angels runway show will be aired in the UK, too, on December 22, 2012. [VOGUE UK]

Lacoste is looking to an Enchanted actress to rep its newest fragrance, Eau de Lacoste. Amy Adams has assumed the role as face of the fragrance's “light touch of sensuality.” In January 2013, fans of Lacoste's Facebook page will be able to preview a snippet of Adams promoting the scent and get a chance to sample it before it hits shelves. [GlamBlush]

The Los Angeles Lakers may not be living up to past records so far this season, but star Kobe Bryant is still winning… especially off-court. The star shooting guard just unveiled his new Kobe 8 System shoes with Nike. Inspired by his Mamba moniker, the lightweight sneaker boasts reptile accents, black and yellow mesh, and a snake graphic to seal the deal. The $140 kicks will be available for $140 on December 20 — ballers, add them to your holiday wish list! [Los Angeles Times]

Jean Paul Gaultier will be launching a streetwear line for Spring 2014, aimed a at younger, grungier audience. The yet-to-be-named collection will be manufactured under Ittierre SpA, the company also responsible for Gaultier's menswear line for Fall 2013/14. [Grazia Daily]