Style Scoop: Taylor Momsen’s Up NEXT, Stella McCartnety’s Green Jeans, Céline’s Secret Resort


The cast of CW-favorite Gossip Girl has no problem moving on… and in model form. Rock star Taylor Momsen—who's appeared in ads for Madonna's Material Girl and John Galliano fragrances—has been signed to NEXT Model Management, where Rita Ora and Lana Del Rey's print careers reside. [ELLE]

Stella McCartney has her sights set on jeans. She's expanding her eponymous label's denim offerings with 10 styles in 20 washes by spring 2014. This collection, though, will be greener than before. “Jeans are a timeless classic with a million opportunities to inject freshness and attitude,” she told WWD. “There are a lot of eco possibilities as well with denim, which I find exciting.” Those processes include using 100% organic cotton with eight styles, eliminating sandblasting, and nixing harmful chemicals and soil damage. [Racked]

The house that circulates covetable Trapeze totes is keeping its newest collection out of the mainstream eye. PhoebePhilo's Céline is holding out on all Resort 2014 press—Instagram snapshots included—until it's closer to retail season. [WWD]

From designer handbags to BaubleBar bling, monogramming makes it easier to pinpoint who's wearing what. Now, MiH is joining in on the trend by letting customers personalize their next pair of jeans. The denim dealer teamed up with Hawthorne and Heaney embroiderers so customers can put a ring on it—or at least, their initials. [MiH Jeans]

Parisian label Azzaro has landed not one, but two new creative directors. Arnaud Maillard and Alvaro Castejón, who collectively head womenswear brand Alvarno, are taking charge of the French house and infusing it with more modern sensibilities. “You have to be respectful of the brand, of course, but what we're trying to do is interpret the Azzaro style with a new energy that adapts to our times,” Castejón told WWD. “There are no shiny materials in the collection— the shine is in the embroidery.” The pair's Azzaro debut will be on July 5 in Paris. [Vogue UK]

Lululemon stocks are down after the company's announcement that CEO Christine Day is leaving. The departure comes months after the (now-infamous) see-through snafu that cost Lululemon $67 million. Day assures that plans are in place for the next five years and that now is the “right time to bring in a CEO who will drive the next phase of Lululemon’s development and growth.” [WWD]

Heidi Klum has got it made… in NY. The “Project Runway” and “America's Got Talent” personality was honored at the eighth annual Made in NY Awards last night by Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment Commissioner Katherine Oliver for her contribution to the Big Apple's entertainment and digital media industries. [GLAM Inbox]