Style Scoop: Prince Harry Named Tatler’s Man of the Year, OPI ‘Skyfall’ Polishes, GAP Takes Over NYC Metrocards

With the world in Skyfall suspense, it's no surprise that brands are capitalizing off the latest James Bond flick. That's a good thing when it comes to our nails, girls. OPI is releasing a holiday collection inspired by the thriller with 007-approved names like The Man With The Golden Gun, Die Another Day, and Tomorrow Never Dies. [ELLE]

Pay homage to your favorite '90s supermodel with Deer Dana's famously sketched tees for Opening Ceremony. Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, and Linda Evangelista now join the ranks of Deer Dana duo Dana Veraldi and Kevin Tekinel's hand drawn works, including the Kim Kardashian, Rick Ross, Kobe Bryant, andPrince Harry shirts. [Opening Ceremony Blog]

Speaking of Prince Harry, the red-haired bloke is Tatler's Man of the Year. Dressed in military garb, the commanding officer covered the magazine's latest issue which gives the scoop on “Dirty Harry's” girls, gangs, and gaffes. [Huffington Post]

It was only a matter of time before retailers found a new way to target passengers of the largest subway system in the world. New Yorkers who purchase rides for the city's transit system near the Gap flagship on 34th Street got a blue surprise this week. Gap is the first store to take over the pocket-sized card with ad space and and 20% off coupon. [New York Magazine]

Welcome to a world where your jewelry smells as good as you do (and the scent actually lasts all day). Jeweler Tom Binns partnered with Lisa Hoffman to produce a series of perfumed pendants in various metals, filled with beads doused in Hoffman's five signature scents. [GlamBlush]

Vera Wang's Chinese expansion continues. Just months before her flagship opens in Shanghai, the designer will be showing her bridal and ready-to-wear collections at Shanghai Fashion Week on October 19th. [WWD]