Style Scoop: Olivia Wilde Reps Sustainability, Valentino Shows In New York, Christian Louboutin Teams Up With Dita Von Teese

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Olivia Wilde is the new face of H&M’s Conscious Exclusive collection, “which shows the stylishness of sustainability.” The role seems fitting, given that Wilde cites sustainability as “one of [her] biggest passions.” The line, which will feature inspiration from African, Asian and Indian cultures in both cut and detail, is set to launch in stores and online on April 16. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Valentino did it up New York-style on Wednesday night with a runway show to display its new 47-piece collection, created in honor of the house’s new Fifth Avenue flagship. The show and “dinner soiree” was held in the former Whitney Museum of American Art and there were plenty of notables in attendance. Among the guests were Tommy Hilfiger, Prabal Gurung, Calvin Klein, Katie Holmes, Olivia Munn, and Sofia Coppola. The collection, designed by duo Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, is pretty spectacular. [The New York Times]

Christian Louboutin and Dita Von Teese are the next big duo in town. The two have teamed up to create a seven-piece lingerie capsule collection called XXXtian, to be sold exclusively in Europe on Glamuse.com. The line includes a bra, a bodice, and suspenders, all made with a naughty toile de Jouy motif designed by Louboutin. [Women’s Wear Daily]

There’s an array of vintage Chanel hailing from a private seller’s collection that’s going on sale at Covetique.com. Think: classic bouclé jackets, elegant dresses and a rare handbag. Gasp! Something tells us these goods might not be within our holiday gifting budget, but the collection is certainly still worth perusing. [Vogue UK]

As they work on their upcoming film, Paper Crowns, Cara Delevingne and John Green sat down for a little chat…which they shared with MTV. A range of topics were discussed (mostly with Delevingne demonstrating the American accent she uses in the movie), including eyebrows (duh), bacon (why not?), octopi (Delevingne’s alter-ego), Nat Wolff (her co-star)…and, of course, the movie. Watch it. [MTV]