Style Scoop: Olivia Palermo Channels Audrey Hepburn, Karlie Kloss for H&M, Apple Watch Makes Its Way Into Fashion

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Olivia Palermo channels everyone’s favorite 1960s symbol, Audrey Hepburn, in the latest cover story from The Edit. The print-mixing master sports ’60s-inspired looks from the fall collections of Gucci, Valentino, and more, and she talks about becoming a designer sometime in the future. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

H&M released a new fall campaign image featuring Karlie Kloss. The supermodel rocks a motorcycle jacket and a leopard-print skirt on a gray New York day. (That’s how we usually look on our morning commutes, too.) Other faces of the retailer’s fall 2014 campaign include Liu Wen, Liya Kebede, and Natasha Poly. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

The Apple watch has officially made it into the fashion sphere. Model Liu Wen wears 2015’s hottest accessory on the cover of Vogue China’s November issue. According to editorial director Angelica Cheung, “As the very first fashion publication to feature the recently launched Apple Watch on its cover, Vogue China is following in the Vogue tradition of moving with the times, giving our readers the first glimpse of a pioneering piece of technology that also doubles as a highly covetable fashion accessory.” See the cover and more here. [The Cut]

Have you downloaded the Spring app yet? Good, because you’re not going to want to miss this: a Beyoncéshop. Yes, you can purchase Beyoncé-branded fashion-minded clothes (not your regular old concert T-shirts) through Spring. There’s a “Cake by the Pound” sweatshirt, a “Flawless” long-sleeve tee, and a Beyoncé hat. Happy shopping! [Fashionista]

Blogger, illustrator, and photographer Garance Dore will be honored at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago on November 13 with the museum’s first-ever Fashion Inspiration Award. The museum event will feature an installation of wearable technology, including the “Galaxy Dress,” the world’s largest wearable LED display. [Women’s Wear Daily]