Style Scoop: The 2015 Pirelli Calendar, Opening Ceremony Does Wearable Tech With Intel, Miley Cyrus Strips Down For Terry Richardson…Again


The annual Pirelli Calendar is here—and while it’s made by an Italian tire company, there’s no denying that it’s awfully sexy. Shot by Steven Meisel and styled by Carine Roitfeld, the 2015 edition features models (in order of appearance) Adriana Lima, Natalia Vodianova, Joan Smalls, Candice Huffine, Carolyn Murphy, Anna Ewers, Cameron Russell, Sasha Luss, Karen Elson, Isabeli Fontana, Gigi Hadid and Raquel Zimmermann. Each model marks a month in impossibly hot pin-up fashion. [The Coveteur]

If you thought the wearable tech trend had come and gone, think again. Intel teamed up with Opening Ceremony to launch its first wearable tech device, called MICA (My Intelligent Communication Accessory). The accessory is a $495 jeweled bracelet that alerts you when you receive messages from designated “VIPs.” It also has a “Near You” feature, which helps you locate important establishments, such as local coffee shops. [The Cut]

Miley Cyrus went topless…for tights. Terry Richardson directed a short film for tights brand Golden Lady, in which Cyrus is all-but-nude (duh). It’s all very much what you’d expect: you’ll see blow-up hearts, enormous teddy bears, gold chains, red lipsick and Miley’s boobs. Because we all needed a little bit more of that. [Fashionista]

Looking for the perfect party shoe? Nordstrom’s got you covered. The retailer debuted special design studios where customers can create their own shoes in-store. The Nordstrom in Bellevue, WA will house the first concept shop, launched in partnership with Shoes of Prey, a multi-channel retail platform that has tapped into the bespoke trend. Simply style your look on an iPad in the store and receive your customized shoes within four weeks of purchase. [Women’s Wear Daily]

George Kotsiopoulos returns to his roots with a vintage-inspired collection (which is geared towards women of all shapes, sizes and ages) to be sold on QVC beginning in February. No doubt this line will give the Fashion Police veteran a chance to work his TV skills once again, but it’ll also allow him to flex his styling muscles. Though he’s never designed before, something tells us that Kotsiopoulos knows what he’s doing. He said, “I never aspire to be Marc Jacobs. I’m trying to bring a little chic to everyone.” [Women’s Wear Daily]

Out today: Dior New Couture from Rizzoli. Filled with hundreds of exclusive photos shot by Patrick Demarchelier, the book is the photographer’s homage to the illustrious house and dates back to Christian Dior himself to current-day Dior with Raf Simons’ work. It also features a forward by former New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Before his death, Oscar de la Renta collaborated with Rachel Zoe on a special holiday collection, exclusive to The Zoe Report. The collection features jewelry and home accessories that reflect de la Renta’s elegant spirit and love of life. A percentage of proceeds will benefit New Yorkers for Children, an organization supported by the late designer. [The Zoe Report]