Style Scoop: Seeing Through JLaw, Mario Testino Goes Home, Karl Lagerfeld Loves Dallas


Two snaps for Jennifer Lawrence and her sexy, sophisticated, sheer moment at the L.A. premiere of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Of course, her latest red carpet wear was bred from the house of Christian Dior—couture Fall 2013 to be exact—and topped off with her daring pixie. [The Cut]

We're used to seeing Mario Testino captures of Kate MossLady Gaga, and Vogue cover girls; but the Peruvian photographer traveled back to his native country, over the course of five years, for a special project that puts locals and their traditional garb in the spotlight. [Daily Beast]

Karl Lagerfeld is taking the fashion narrative to new heights in a 30-minute film accompaniment to his next Métiers d'Art show that explains why Dallas is important to the house of Chanel. [Fashionista]

Tis the season to wow all of your friends—and frenemies—with the perfect holiday party look. These Rupert Sanderson x Antonio Berardi stilettos, to be sold exclusively on Net-A-Porter, are a step in the right direction. Natch. [ELLE]

The Gap may be “anti-Instagram” but Barneys is using the popular photo and video-sharing app to unveil its holiday windows. [Racked]

The wonders of winter retail windows aren't helping the behemoth escape controversy over allegations of racial profiling and its upcoming BNY SCC Gallery shop. Which may be why Barneys cancelled its party to kick off the Jay Z collaboration. [WWD]

Is Bottega Veneta's Tomas Maier taking notes from Marc Jacobs? The creative director's eponymous label just received a huge investment from Kering to help expand it into a full lifestyle brand. [Vogue UK]