Style Scoop: ‘Sneak’ Around with Michael Kors, Marion Cotillard Bangs On, Salvatore Ferragamo Funds Future Talent


Ever since Isabel Marant introduced us to her ubiquitous wedge sneaker, fashionistas far and wide have turned the athletic shoe into a stylish closet staple. Now, American designer Michael Kors is offering his first range of sneakers for Spring 2013 that you'll want to wear everywhere but the gym. To get us in the mood for Kors' range of high-tops, low-tops, and slip-ons director Poppy De Villeneuve directed this sunny clip full of the line's $110-$265 looks. [Grazia Daily]

Marion Cotillard has switched up the sleek chignon we saw in her flaunt in the new Lady Dior campaign with an even chicer bang. The French screen star headed to Japan to premiere her critically-acclaimed film Rust & Bone with a choppy bang that her stylist Robert Vetica says “was inspired by the sweet doll look that the Japanese youth are so in love with.” [E! Online]

If you're an emerging designer in the competitive world of fashion, Salvatore Ferragamo may be able to give your talent the boost it needs. The Italian brand has launched the Fondazione Ferragamo foundation in Florence, which will grant prospective fashion talent training, support, awards, and scholarships. The late Salvatore Ferragamo's wife Wanda says the foundation has a responsibility to provide design students with the “know-how, creativity, technology and, above all, the desire to move forward, to overcome all obstacles” based on her husband's own work philosophy. [VOGUE UK]

We see London, we see France, we see Jon Hamm in Jockey underpants?! While Mad Menhysteria is at an all-time high as season six of the show readies to premiere, underwear brands including Jockey and Fruit of the Loom are reportedly interested in having the real-life Don Draper endorse their respective brands. But according to Hamm's interview with Rolling Stone, he isn't quite up to the task. [NY Daily News]

His graphic prints have adorned furniture, home accents, and even makeup tools. Now Jonathan Adler'saccessories range is making a grand entrance in stores and online. Get ready for some bright spring accents from the designer's namesake e-commerce site with leather goods, belts, totes, scarves, and hats ranging from $58-$398. [ELLE]

Spinning and barre enthusiasts who frequent Flywheel for a calorie-burning workout now have another reason to love the chain: it's launching lifestyle. The gym—which already offers members free shoes if they leave their gym bags at home—is partnering with Hanky Panky, Havaianas, and Junk Food for a range of thongs, flip-flops, and tees, respectively. [Racked]

For its latest collaboration, Toms is “creating jobs with cultural expression” by commissioning 30 Haitian artists to create limited-edition shoes for the brand. On sale now, the capsule includes men's and women's designs that run for $68 each. [Toms]