Style Scoop: Tiffany Could Lose its Famous Hue, The Year of YSL, Tibi’s Stone Quarry


Your little blue box may be a thing of the past, thanks to Tiffany’s new creative director Francesca Amfitheatrof. She isn’t afraid to leave her mark and that could include trading in that something blue. “I might do limited editions, maybe in a pattern,” she said. “I do love a mixture of patterns.” Changing Tiffany’s trademark blue? Say it isn’t so! [British Vogue]

Yves Saint Laurent is quite the wanted man. The designer posthumously has 2 biopics debuting this year and now, a tome of behind-the-scenes photos will arrive in November. Celebrity photographer Roxanne Lowit traveled to Paris in the 1970s, learning how to operate a camera on the flight over. Once she arrived, she ended up on the top of the Eiffel Tower with Saint Laurent and Andy Warhol, kicking off a lifelong friendship with the designer. Now we get to see the fruits of her labor, i.e. the exclusive backstage photos at all of his shows. Laurent’s partner Pierre Bergè penned the foreword. [Page Six]

Tibi’s Fall 2014 campaign was shot in the Stony Creek Quarry in Branford, Connecticut—the second time the landmark was used as a public space. Model Maria Bradley poses in mules on 650-million-year-old granite. You know, #NBD. [The Cut]

Let’s begin the descent into our fall wardrobes, shall we? Victoria’s Secret model Elsa Hosk has a few tips to guide us along the way. “My favorite way to style outfits is to really use a lot of pieces in your closet,” Hosk said. “I have a lot of jackets, for example. So you can wear the same summer outfit, but throw a jacket or the other way around. Just wear a chunky knit with your light summer pants. I don’t think you necessarily have to put away your summer closet to go into fall. You can incorporate the fall pieces into your normal summer wardrobe. [Glamour]