Style Scoop: Sweat it Out in TopShop x Adidas, Proenza Schouler Gets Personal, Laced in Lykke Li


Now, more than ever, it’s easy for any woman to achieve a sporty chic look. Mesh panels, bejeweled baseball caps, sequined sports jerseys all have a hand in helping the girliest of girls experiment with the trend. Thanks to a new Topshop x Adidas Originals collection, we’ve even more sassy sweatshirts, printed tracksuits, and floral fitness gear to swoon over… and sweat in! [ELLE]

Dior’s Raf Simons isn’t the only private fashion figure getting the documentary treatmentJack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler are stepping into the spotlight for a short film that offers a look at their private lives, creative processes, and how the duo’s Fall 2014 collection came to be. []

If your style choices, like Lykke Li, are based on “pure necessity,” then the singer’s collection with & Other Stories is for you. This fall, she will debut a monochromatic capsule of apparel, accessories, and shoes for the H&M spinoff, representing her frills-free, “quality above all” aesthetic. [Vogue UK]

The always controversial American Apparel is following up its KESH collection with graphic, colorful, punchy prints from original Memphis Group member Nathalie Du Pasquier. And yes, she plans on being the collection’s biggest fan. [T Magazine]

If you’ve followed Victoire de Castellane’s work from her first days at Chanel in 1984 to now, you’d know that her jewelry creations are, in fact, works of art. New York’s Gagosian Gallery is sending that message to the masses in Precious Objects, an exhibition of her “ jewelry-as-sculpture” pieces, inspired by everything from Technicolor and Walt Disney to “the darkest depths of the subconscious.” [The Daily Beast]

As the fashion and beauty industry’s digital footprint continues to grow, research agency L2 cashes in. The firm, which aggregates information and helps brands like LVMH increase their digital presence, received $16.5 million in funding from General Catalyst Partners, to help expand its business and coverage. [Venture Beat]

Hukkster, another fashion tech startup, is raking in the dough, too. The site, which tracks products online and lets you know when they go on sale, just received $1.5 million in funding, [Fashionista]