Style Scoop: Rita Ora Goes Pop Art, Own A Pair Of Glass Slippers, New York Fashion Week Designer Inspirations


Rita Ora went the pop art route in her collaboration with Adidas. The collection includes classic sportswear (leggings, cropped sweatshirts, hats and sneakers) that features comic book prints. Each item fuses Ora’s personal style and energy with the Adidas aesthetic, creating yet another Originals collection that packs a serious punch. BAM! [Fashion Gone Rogue]


Why not celebrate the release of the film Cinderella with your very own pair of glass slippers? To help you channel your inner Princess, Saks gave nine shoe designers the opportunity to design and showcase their interpretation of Disney’s most iconic shoe. The wearable glass slippers will be available at Saks Fifth Avenue before the movie’s release on March 13. Paul Andrew, Alexandre Birman, Rene Caovilla, Jimmy Choo, Salvatore Ferragamo, Nicholas Kirkwood, Charlotte Olympia, Jerome C. Rousseau and Stuart Weitzman are participating. [Women’s Wear Daily]

With New York Fashion Week kicking off in just a couple of days, we got some scoop about what designers are prepping to send down the runways. Whether their inspiration was a quote or a particular photo or scene, the designers made sure that their jumping off point permeates the entire collection. We can’t wait to see how these designer inspirations manifest on the runway! [Glam Chic]

Margherita and Teresa MaccapaniMissoni launched a fashion capsule collection with Italian department store La Rinascente. The line supports Gold For Kids, a charity project established by Italian oncologist Umberto Veronesi’s namesake foundation to help children affected by cancer. The capsule collection includes two t-shirts, a sweatshirt and a shopping bag, which will all be sold at La Rinascente’s 11 stores across Italy. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Racked has a new look! The shopping website gave itself a facelift, and just in time for New York Fashion Week’s kickoff. The Vox-owned company hopes that with its new launch, it’ll be able to grow its audience and advertising base beyond the 8 million uniques it pulled across all national and local sites in December. Racked also brought on Lo Bosworth as health and wellness editor at large and hopes to add live video to its site. [Women’s Wear Daily]