Style Scoop: SJP Earns CLIO Award, Nicolas Ghesquière Joins Instagram, Hillary Clinton, ODLR’s Icon?


Sarah Jessica Parker is being honored with the world’s most recognizable international advertising award: the CLIO. She will be presented with an Honorary Image Award on May 7th at The Pierre Hotel in New York. Bravo’s Andy Cohen will host the evening. [British Vogue]

Louis Vuitton’s artistic director, Nicolas Ghesquière, of women’s collections just started an Instagram account! The designer is relatively new to social media—he only created a Twitter account last year—but already seems to have the hang of things. His fourth image was a Stormtrooper figurine looking over the Paris Skyline while pointing at the Eiffel Tower. [Women’s Wear Daily]

“Year in and year out, he’s never given up,” Hillary Clintonsaid of her good friend, designer Oscar de la Renta when she presented him with Carnegie Hall’s Medal of Excellence ceremony. “This man has been working for more than 20 years to turn me into a fashion icon… despite his best efforts,” she continued. ODLR’s response? “My beloved Hillary, do not disappoint me,” he said. “You have to be President, okay?” [The Cut]

Nicole Richie is gearing up for her move into children’s apparel with her clothing line, House of Harlow. Who better than to guide her, than her daughter, Harlow? “Harlow [my daughter] is interested in what I do, and I’m going to bring her in and show her. But more importantly, I really respect her eye. Nobody knows kids better than an actual kid. So I’ll be using her eye when I move into kids’ apparel.” [The Coveteur]

The designer who managed to get Naomi Campbell to walk in his Fall 2014 show in Milan after making her legendary runway walk few and far between is opening up a store in New York City. That’s right! Philipp Plein is coming to town! [Fashionista]