Style Scoop: Terry Richardson Is Valentino’s Hand Model, Melissa McCarthy Tries Design, Andre Leon Talley Does Wearable Tech With


Terry Richardson serves as Valentino’s hand model once again. The photographer’s arms accompany Valentino’s Resort 2015 accessories in the brand’s latest campaign. While Richardson’s tattoos are pretty much unmistakable, we can’t really focus on anything other than those incredible vibrant shoes, backpacks and handbags. Skittles got it wrong—we want to wear the rainbow…in the form of Valentino, of course. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Melissa McCarthy is channeling her inner designer (something she’s wanted to do since grade school) and is teaming up with Gerard Guez’s Sunrise Brands to create a fashion line, including accessories and beauty products for women. The collection, which is not yet named, will launch for fall 2015 at department and specialty stores in the U.S., Canada and U.K. She’s not restricting her line to plus sizes: “I’m doing all sizes. It’s a strange thing to stop at a certain size. Women don’t, so why should clothes?” [Women’s Wear Daily]

André Leon Talley hasn’t even officially left Zappos, but he already has another project up his sleeve. The former Vogue editor will be the new fashion and style director for and his fashion bracelet. This form of wearable tech is a bracelet, similar to a smartwatch or a cuff, that incorporates technologies and allows the user to make calls, send texts, post to social media, play music and track fitness. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Republic Collective, a multi-brand holiday pop-up shop in Soho opens today until December 29 (hours are 11a.m.-7p.m. daily). The concept shop features 20+ brands for men, women and home and also boasts and e-commerce boutique at With brands like Black Halo, Big T NYC and Hipanema, there’s something here for everyone on your holiday gift list. [Glam Inbox]

According to reports, John Galliano will head to London next week to present Anna Wintour with her Outstanding Achievement Award at the 2014 British Fashion Awards. The editor of American Vogue and artistic director of Condé Nast will be recognized during the ceremony at the London Coliseum for her contribution to the fashion industry on December 1. Stay tuned for confirmation. [Women’s Wear Daily]