Style Scoop: Nicole Richie is Well Dunn, Joe Zee’s Hamptons Fashion Camp, Creatures of the Wind Get Major Boost


She may be long and lean, but as evidenced in her web series on Jay-Z's Life and Times blog, model Jourdan Dunn knows her way around the kitchen. She's already had Karlie KlossCara Delevingne, and Wale cooking up storm, but her next guest will be one of her biggest yet: Nicole Richie. “I’ve been searching her favorite things; do I do healthy or not?’” Dunn said in preparation of Richie's arrival. “But I met her at the Met Ball and she was so cool, easy, and down to earth, so this is going to be a fun one.” [Grazia Daily]

For a cool $1850, your child could be on his or her way to becoming fashion's next big thing. ELLE creative director and fashion authority Joe Zee will be setting up shop—or summer camp—in the Hamptons for a two-week course called Stitched Fashion Camp. The session will serve as an introduction to illustration, sewing, construction, and styling for children, ages 10-14. Who knew South Fork could be so haute?! [WWD]

Creatures of the Wind won't be blowing away, anytime soon. Christopher Peters and Shane Gabier-helmed label got a major investment boost from The Dock Group, which operates under The Row's former COO Matthew Walker. “They’ve been doing pretty much all of the front-office and back-office themselves,” said Walker on his decision to help the CFDA's newest brand. “I have a very good feeling that once they are relieved of some of the day-to-day operations, they will be more focused and energized, and the company will move a lot smoother.” [WWD]

American Apparel is making high art more accessible to its customers in a collaboration with London street artist Kesh. The unlikely pair created a capsule of leggings, tees, and other AA basics that will literally have all eyes on you. For $34—$58, you can purchase AA basics emblazoned with a graphic eye from Kesh's work; a price that beats the $6,000 tag that woos celebrity clients of Kanye West's caliber. [ELLE]

Abercrombie & Fitch proved to be no match for Taylor Swift's legion of fans—or her love life. The brand has pulled a tee from its stores with the phrase “# more boyfriends than t.s.” after complaints were made about the controversial (fashion?) statement. According to a recorded message from A&F's public relations office, “calling regarding the Taylor Swift T-shirt” isn't necessary because it “is no longer available.” [Vogue UK]

Kate Moss has finally met her Matchless. The official images for her Terry Richardson-lensed campaign for the motorcycle company-turned-leather jacket supplier have arrived. [Fashion Gone Rogue]