Style Scoop: Tom Ford Rocks Jay Z, How to Dress Like Rihanna, Fendi Flies High


Tom Ford doesn’t pop molly either, Jay Z. Instead, he fashions sequined-jersey dresses with a nod to Magna Carta Holy Grail. During his Fall 2014 debut, Ford responded to Jay’s eponymous ode with sporty sheaths that are sure to become fashion blogger faves. [ELLE]

From one #fashionkilla to another: Vogue’s covetable March cover went to none other than Rihanna, who admits that her sense of style makes her as much—or perhaps more—of a star than her distinct voice. So how do we channel her badgal look? Weave, oversized jackets, borrow from the boys, and toss out those bras. [Fashionista]

Diane von Furstenberg and Tory Burch may have their Google Glass swag down pat, but they have yet to match Fendi’s upcoming geek chic feat. The house is partnering with Google to send flying drones down its Milan Fashion Week runway, which will broadcast live, aerial shots of its Fall 2014 collection. [WWD]

Not so fast, Page Six. Representatives from Donna Karan’s namesake brand have countered claims that her February 10th fashion show would be her last. “Donna is the chief designer of the company,” said a spokesperson, refuting the gossip column’s swan song claims. “Anything else should be considered a rumor.” Settles that. [Racked]

Lady Gaga is giving her Little Monsters the chance to dress this way. Today, starting at 9:00 p.m., Gagawill open up a temporary eBay shop that will auction off wears from her latest Harper’s Bazaar cover shoot, including pieces from Atelier Versace, Carolina Herrera, Emilio Pucci and Gareth Pugh. All proceeds from the auction will benefit Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation. [Glam Inbox]