Style Scoop: Stella McCartney Gets Goop-y, Moncler Sees the Future with Pharrell, Peeping Phillip Lim


Forget all those September issues—we're fawning over a little September Goop. Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle site is teasing an upcoming collaboration with British Fashion Award winner Stella McCartney that will be revealed soon. Goop is no stranger to inviting designer collaborations, so we're sure this one will yield something we can add to our wardrobes. Fingers crossed that we can order whatever it is in time for Fashion Week! [Telegraph UK]

He may have had us seeing “Blurred Lines” all summer, but Pharrell has his sights set on something else this fall. He teamed up with Moncler on a set of unisex sunglasses that merge “futurism and Fifties Style.” For the brand, Pharrell was the prefect visionary to bring the concept to life. “He represents the very best of all that is contemporary, creative and international, the same characteristics that underpin the entire Moncler project and the Moncler Lunettes collection,” chairman and CEO Remo Ruffini told Women's Wear Daily. Plus, he looks pretty good in them too… we're sold! [Fashionista]

Consider us victims of Phillip Lim's lure. Not only does he have us counting down the days until his collaboration with Target lands, he's also got us peeping through the windows at his impending SoHo store. The Great Jones Street space, currently under construction, has been fashioned with peepholes for its customers’ wandering eyes to get a peek at what's going on under the hood. [Racked]

It's official: Selfie has graduated from hashtag fame to the pages of the Oxford Dictionary. The term, popularized in large part due to Instagram and other social media apps, has been added to the scholarly tome along with twerk (y'know, Miley Cyrus’ favorite pastime). [Mashable]

From bespoke Jenny Packham to a $79 dress for her Royal Family portrait, Kate Middleton's maternity style has kept us wanting more. Today, she gave just that while making her first, official public appearance post-Prince George in jeggings. [L.A. Times]