Style Scoop: Olivia Wilde’s Son Answers Nature’s Call, Karl Lagerfeld ‘Slagged’ Stella McCartney Off, Rent the Runway Stands Alone


Olivia Wilde’s son Otis relived himself all over that sequin Roberto Cavalli sequin dress in Glamourmagazine’s September cover spread. Wilde let the cat out of the bag when she Tweeted, “Otis ordered milkshakes. Luckily I had some on me. Then he peed on my dress. Good kid. #boobfood #whennaturecalls” [The Cut]

When Stella McCartney joined Chloe in 1997, it wasn’t without a dig from her predecessor Karl Lagerfeld, who said the brand chose a famous name—“but in music, not fashion.” “Such a good line, you’ve got to hand it to him! [But] I’m glad that wasn’t the end of me,” the designer said. “That would have been tragic: ‘Oh, just some chick who was the daughter of someone, and Karl said this, and that was the end of her.’ Anyone that slags you off in life, it doesn’t feel great, but… It was like, Karl Lagerfeld is slagging me off? This is the best thing ever! I just thought it was hilarious.” [Glamour]

On September 3, Rent the Runway will open the doors to its very first freestanding store in New York City’s Flatiron District. For $25, you can book an appointment online, create a style profile, and once you’ve arrived at the store, you’ll be paired with a personal shopper who will help you find your best look with a one-on-one consultation. Rent the Runway will also offer special tailoring services on Thursdays and Fridays with temporary hemming and strap adjustments. In-store packages for private events and weddings will also be provided, allowing you to rent the space for a two-hour or full-day period. You can visit the store at 16 West 18th Street, Mondays through Saturdays 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Sundays 10 a.m. to 7:00p.m. [Glam Inbox]

Calling all Ralph Lauren fans! The company has plans to launch Polo for women later this month in addition to opening its first Polo flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York. Stores in East Hampton and New Jersey will also open. [Fashionista]

This is a true story, of five Australian bloggers are picked to attend New York Fashion Week, and have their lives taped to find out what happens when people stop being polite and start getting real. Enter Fashion Bloggers, a docu-series following the women behind Harper & Harley, Kate Waterhouse, Oracle Fox, Shine by Three and Zanita as “they traverse the rocky terrain of the world of fashion, divulge all the trials and tribulations of being a so gosh-darned in demand all the time.” [Pedestrian]