Style Scoop: SJP Enters the Bling Ring, A Message in Menswear, Miley Takes Marc on Tour


Shoes aren't the only things Sarah Jessica Parker is selling. The Sex and the City icon—who teased a third installment of its film franchise—launched a new website, WeTheAdorned, that will curate and sell limited-edition baubles from Dannijo, Erickson Beamon, Pamela Love, and more. [ELLE]

There’s one designer brave enough to explicitly combat the controversial headdresses from Karl Lagerfeld’s Métiers d'Art show: Walter Van Beirendonck. The Belgian designer presented his menswear collection today in Paris, and sent several models down the runway in feathered head pieces emblazoned with the phrase “STOP RACISM,” a not-so-subliminal charge to one of fashion’s top authorities. [The Cut

The Miley CyrusMarc Jacobs love story lives on. Jacobs is one of four designers who will outfit Cyrus for her upcoming Bangerz tour, which kicks off on February 14th. Jeremy Scott, The Blonds, and Bob Mackie are also on board for Cyrus’ costume changes, of which the singers says “Clothes for me, or lack thereof, say a lot.” Go figure. [Glam Chic]

It wouldn't be January 16th if we didn't wish Kate Moss an haute birthday! With a Playboy cover, Parisian documentary singing her praises, and a new Topshop Spring 2014 collection on the rise, her 40th year could very well be one of her best. [Glam Chic]

Speaking of Moss, her little sister Lottie, recently signed to Storm Models, landed her first editorial in the Lupita Nyong’o-covered issue of Dazed & Confused. [Dazed Digital]

Want hair like Gisele Bündchen? Easy—just throw out your hair brush. The Brazilian wonder told AP that her personal beauty arsenal is void of the styling tool. “In my job you have to remember people are brushing my hair every day,” she said, adding that she opts for a bun on chill days. “You have to remember the last thing I want (on a day off) is a brush in my hair!” [Fashion Gone Rogue]