Style Scoop: Tom Ford Gets Digital, Kenzo’s Aquatic Kause, Diana Ross is the Supreme


If launching a racy Instagram account weren’t enough, Tom Ford is conjuring our carnal chic desires with the launch of his e-commerce site. Consider our bank accounts depleted. [ELLE]

We coveted Eva Chen’s Instagram-worthy “No Fish No Nothing” Kenzo Spring 2014 sweatshirt as soon as it popped up on our timeline. Now, we’ve got even more reason to cop the eco-conscious wear. Kenzo’s Carol Lim and Humberto Leon are hosting a digital pop-up in their Parisian base to raise awareness about the dangers of overfishing and oceanic activism. Who’s up for a trip to Grand Paris? [CR Fashion Book]

Happy birthday Diana Ross, beacon of rhinestone-encrusted bodysuits, bigger than big hair, and all things glamor since 1944. [The Coveteur]

Boutique owner Elyse Walker’s latest coup involved a visit Down Under. The West Coast style authority is introducing her FORWARD by Elyse Walker customers to Australian designer Josh Goot, whose designs have been worn by Miranda Kerr and Lara Bingle. [Glam Inbox]

Joan Rivers wants to dress Lena Dunham. Let that marinate. Then click that link. [Fashionista]

Then watch this trippy, lo-fi music video starring Anja Rubik. It give’s Kanye’s “Bound 2” a run for its money, and is apparently a satirical play on everything that’s “wrong with society.” [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Seeing the world through rose-colored Google Glass lenses will be happening sooner than you think. The wearable tech company is teaming with Luxottica Group to “design, develop, and distribute a new breed of eyewear for Glass,” according to a press release issued on March 24th. If you’re not familiar with Luxottica, you’ve certainly heard of its arsenal of brands, including Ray-Ban and Oakley, which will create Google Glass’s designer frames. We can see it now! [Glam Inbox]

Speaking of eyewear, Warby Parker (also a rumored Google Glass collaborator) is flexing its philanthropic arm. It’s releasing two limited-edition frames on April 7th to benefit non-profit organization Architecture for Humanity during its 15th anniversary. Giving back isn’t something new for the folks at WP, though; for each pair of frames sold, a pair is given to someone in need. [Glam Inbox]