Style Scoop: Schiaparelli’s Next Creative Director, Nothing Comes Between Kendall & Her Calvins, Behind The Zoolander Walkoff


Schiaparelli’s in-house team was able to pull together an exceptional couture collection without a creative director, but rumor has it that the house is looking to appoint someone to that position. That someone just might be Bertrand Guyon, according to sources. Guyon is currently a couture designer at Valentino and has worked at Christian Lacroix and Givenchy. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Kendall Jenner had a pretty incredible fashion month (the model walked in some of the season’s biggest shows, including Balmain and Chanel) but Page Six reports that she’s already onto her next project: serving as the face of Calvin Klein. The news is yet to be confirmed, but makes sense seeing as Jenner has been posting photos of herself wearing Calvin Klein duds on her Instagram. We’re just hoping that not even Justin Bieber, who posed in Calvin ads with model Lara Stone, will come between her and her Calvins. [Page Six]

So now that your Facebook newsfeed has bounced back from the deluge of posts about Zoolander and Hansel’s Valentino walkoff, you’re probably wondering how (and why?) it all went down. Apparently, Vogue and Snapchat got involved to aid in the duo’s comeback. French Vine and Snapchat star Jerome Jarre (who boasts 8 million followers) documented the event on Snapchat and Anna Wintour definitely had a hand in helping pull off the stunt. [The Cut]

Vertical e-commerce company Ayr (an acronym for All Year Round) is set to start selling its denim, cotton pants, woven tops, silk tops and outerwear at Nordstrom stores. Following in the footsteps of parents company Bonobos, Ayr is looking to Nordstrom to expand its audience. Additionally, the company began piloting a home try-on program with its best-selling skinny jeans in an ultra-dark wash. Customers who opt in are sent up to three sizes of the jeans and temporarily charged $1 per pair and have one week to decide which pair fits best. [Women’s Wear Daily]

The Jean Paul Gaultier exhibit opens April 1 and runs through August 3 at the Grand Palais in Paris. In honor of the exhibit, sponsor Kusmi tea will unveil a collection of five products designed by the famed designer. The collection reworks JPG’s fetish codes of the striped sailor jersey and the tattoo, combining masculine and feminine aesthetics. The Kusmi Tea Collection by Jean Paul Gaultier will be available exclusively April 1 through December 31 in Kusmi boutiques and in the Kusmi Tea e-shop in France and abroad. [Glam Inbox]