Style Scoop: Terry Richardson Aces Aldo Ad, Daria Werbowy and Celine Take Three, Abbey Lee Kershaw’s Gucci Comeback


ALDO shoes tapped (get it?) Terry Richardsonto lens its Fall 2013 campaign starring Anais PouliotJessica Stam, Jourdan Dunn, and Lily Donaldson. The “Give Me ALDO” ad channels a 1950s Grease vibe and keeps to a monochromatic color scheme where red is a standout player. [ELLE]

Three times are a charm for Céline and muse Daria Werbowy. The Lancôme legend fronted the French luxury brand for the third consecutive season, shot in Juergen Teller's signature one-light style. From the looks of the campaign, ruby lips, all-over plaid, and Céline's omnipresent leather goods will be all the rage for fall. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Now that she's got Mad Max: Fury Road under her belt, Abbey Lee Kershaw is returning to her fashion roots as the face of Gucci Fall 2013. The Australian wonder channels a certain girl with the dragon tattoo for the seductive set featuring accessories and male model Adrien Sahores. [Frockwriter]

As if!Clueless totally turned 18 over the weekend, and we, like, can't help but channel Cher Horowitz's SoCal style to celebrate. We'll start by taking notes from Rihanna's rave of her legendary wardrobe, because, you know, “we both know what it's like to have people be jealous of us.” [GLAM Chic]

Kate Spade Saturday is growing! The lower-priced diffusion line is primed to pass sister store Kate Spade New York in the number of brick-and-mortar locations. “This is a much more accessible line. That’s why we see so much potential,” said brand director Kyle Andrew. “It can be in a lot more places than Kate Spade can be,” which currently has 180 international stores. “[Kate Spade] has to stay at a certain level and maintain an image. We can go a lot broader.” How's that for an extended weekend? [GLAM Chic]

It's time to get JOIE-ful for jeans. The “casual, comfortable, and luxurious” SoCal line launched denim this month. The $198-$228 priced line includes a jacket and jeans in eight different washes. [ELLE]

The man responsible for turning Naomi CampbellLinda Evangelista, and Gisele Bündchen into household names has passed. John Casablancas, founder of Elite Model Management, died Saturday after a bout with cancer; he was 70 years old. “We gave them huge amounts of money, and we gave them names and personalities. We let them give interviews,” he famously said during a 2000 interview with the Chicago Sun-Times. “Suddenly, they became a dream for the larger public. They became supermodels.” [L.A. Times]