Style Scoop: Smell Like an Agent Provocateur, Nicolas Ghesquière’s ‘Star Trek’ Tweet, The Sartorialist Shoots the Kia 7


Agent Provocateur has been making women look and feel sexy in its enticing underpinnings since 1994, and now the beloved lingerie brand is bringing another scent out of its sultry catalogue. The British company is releasing its fourth fragrance, Pétale Noir, on Valentine's Day (how perfect!), with notes of water lily, bergamot, musks, leather, and patchouli for a naughty-meets-nice treat for you and your lover's senses. [WWD]

Kia Motors has The Sartorialist founder Scott Schuman to thank for making it look downtown chic. The economy car company enlisted the famed street style photographer for a video ad featuring its latest model, the K7. With SoHo serving as the backdrop, Schuman blogged that the campaign was shot a day after power was restored to lower Manhattan following Hurricane Sandy. [The Sartorialist]

Supermodel Anja Rubik needed “Everything But the Dress” to pull off Kurt Geiger's Spring 2013 campaign. With work for Jimmy Choo, Estee Lauder, Chanel, and Fendi throughout her 13-year career span (including a few song shout-outs from Kanye West), the 27-year-old showcased the brand's Spring 2013 accessory collection, shot by Erik Torstensson. [ELLE]

In an age where people believe your number of Twitter followers is as viable of an asset as the amount of money in your bank account, one's debut to the social media site is an important one. In the case of former Balenciaga creative director Nicolas Ghesquière (and lover of all things Kristen Stewart), the inspiration for his first tweet came form a galaxy far, far away. More than 4,000 followers later, we'd say his Twitter stock is doing pretty good. [The Cut]

Ever wonder how makeup maven François Nars brings his eye-catching beauty campaigns to life? With a little help from his glam team and the face of icon Stella Tennant to front his Spring 2013 campaign, a new behind-the-scenes video reveals how NARS gets its picture-perfect shot. [YouTube]

Here's one for fans of happy feet: artist Curtis Kuling is working with Happy Socks for a V-Day capsule collection that will bring a stylized “Love Me” script to your overworked feet. Time to toss out those all-white generic socks and step up your foot game, literally. [WWD]