Style Scoop: The Olsens Bet on Bik Bok, Jourdan’s ‘Dunn’ i-D, Andre Leon Talley Won’t Tip the Scale



Celebrated stylist Lysa Cooper may be critical of their work at The Row, but will she fall for Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s collaboration with Bik Bok? With a range of dresses, leather jackets, and grungy separates that scream Saint Laurent (for a fraction of the cost), we certainly did! [Bik Bok]

Seven is Jourdan Dunn's lucky number. The foodie and fashion feline nabbed her seventh cover of i-D magazine, this time, capitalizing on the #selfie craze sweeping the social media world. “My selfie is better than your selfie because my selfie is on the cover of i-D,” she shared on Instagram (of course), giving her legion of Dunn devotees a look at the glossy's upcoming Streets Issue. [Grazia Daily]

Numéro Russia chief André Leon Talley is over you people and your lazy style. “There was a time when people went on the airplane with gloves,” he told Vanessa Grigoriadis for Vanity Fair's September Issue. “It’s about gloves, o.k., darling? It’s about gloves.” What it's not about, though, is weighing in. “I do not want to get on that scale,” he shared, later adding that “up or down, my confidence and sense of self never wavered.” Snaps for that! [Fashionista]

“Blurred Lines.” It's the song we can't stop singing from the singer who we can't get out of our heads; and a certain model has everything to do with that. Meet ElleEvans, the Texas nativewho cavorted alongside Robin ThickePharrell, and T.I. in the racy clip. As it turns out, she got her first major modeling gig by channelling another blonde bombshell. “I ended up being cast as the part of Marilyn Monroe for a commercial that would be shot in Beijing and set the air all throughout Shanghai, China.” [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Are you a Little Miss Bossy or a Mr. Sexy and I Know It? Thanks to Sanrio, the company behind Hello Kitty, you can wear your title loud and proud. Sanrio is relaunching Mr. Men Little Miss characters in the U.S. with Junk Food Clothing, which will brandish the lovable characters and sassy phrases on an array of vintage tees. [L.A. Times]

When I was 11 years old, I was just trying to navigate my way through middle school. Now that he's 11, young entrepreneur Moziah Bridges is busy building a bespoke bow tie empire out of Memphis, Tennessee. “I really was a young dapper man and I couldn’t find any other bow ties that I really like,” he told Fox News. “So my grandma—my lovely grandma—she’s been sewing for over 80 years, or something crazy like that, so I wanted to start my own business making bow ties.” [Forbes]

Speaking of bow ties, Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson will be stopping by Project Runway tonight to guest judge a challenge based on his charity, Tie The Knotwhich supports marriage equality and LGBT rights. Tune in as he chops it up with host Heidi Klum tonight on Lifetime at 9:00 p.m. [GLAM Inbox]

Who knew Public School was about that gang life? Design duo Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow partnered with W Hotels on a one-off collection of denim vests to kick off the chain's summer music series, W Gangs of New York. [Style]

This isn't style news, per se, but is is about Beyoncé … meaning it's important. The queen Bey will be wearing her crown atop short hair don't care after revealing a blonde pixie cut on Instagram. [GLAM Blush]