Style Scoop: Nicki Minaj Teases KMart Line, Versus Gets Sporty, Oscar de la Renta Does Stationery


Oh Nicki, you're so fine… and colorful too! The candid American Idol judge is giving her loyal legion of Barbz a sneak peek at her collaboration with Kmart. Her capsule of head-to-toe prints, acid-wash jeans, leopard prints, and body-con dresses are coming soon, and the blonde bombshell is taking fan suggestions for the project on [MTV Style]

Donatella Versace's Versus is starting a new workout plan. Her Versace sister label is teaming up with sports brand K-Way for a jacket and iPad case that will be unveiled in New York City next week. This is the second collaboration in Versus' new model, which will forgo the seasonal approach under one creative director and instead release artistic collaborations with up-and-coming brands. [Vogue UK]

Oscar de la Renta is now responsible for some of the classiest stationery you've ever seen. The venerable brand teamed up with Paperless Post for a collection of print and digital notes that will launch this spring with a set of wedding designs. It is the season for love, after all [GlamNest]

Tory Burch's namesake brand may be worth $3 billion dollars, but at Forbes's Power Redefined Women's Summit, she revealed that her beginnings were marked with criticism of it being a “vanity project.” Two thousand employees later, Burch said that is was a thick skin that got her to billionaire status. “I never imagined how hard I would work,” Burch said. “My resilience was tested, then and now.” [Forbes]

While Kate Upton is serving the ultimate American dream on the cover of Vogue June 2013, actress Greta Gerwig is getting fancy in Marc Jacobs on the cover of Flare. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

We all want to know what's going on inside the mind of John Galliano, and come July, we will find out. Two years after his Christian Dior debacle and now, after news that his Parsons gig has been shuttered, the designer will sit down with Vanity Fair for his first interview since stepping back from the industry. [WWD]

Alexander Fury isn't feeling the Love anymore. The magazine's editor is giving up his post at the Condé Nast glossy to head The Independent's fashion content. “In my new role, I hope to be able to uphold the incredible standards set by both Susannah Frankel and Gemma Hayward, and bring my own voice to the paper,” Fury said. “It’s a publication for which I have already written for a long period of time, and I’m delighted to join the staff.” [Business of Fashion]

Chanel cruised over to Singapore for the reveal of its Resort 2014 collection. Get a first look at the colonialism-inspired line, and Cara Delevingne's catwalk strut, now. [New York Magazine]

Hermès will set up a temporary home at London's Saatchi Gallery. From May 21—27, gallery guests will see how the brand's signature Birkin bags and printed scarves are made as company artisans demonstrate the process live. [Vogue UK]

Calvin Klein is continuing its love affair with cinema at this year's Cannes Film Festival. For the third year in a row, Calvin Klein, Euphoria Calvin Klein, and the Independent Filmmaker Project will unite to celebrate women in film. This year, the ceremony will applaud Nicole Kidman, Rooney Mara, Carey Mulligan, Naomie Harris, and Lynne Ramsay, and award an independent female filmmaker with a grant to fund her next project. [GLAM Inbox]