Style Scoop: Topshop’s #UNLOCK5th Campaign, Victoria Beckham is UK’s Most Successful Entrepreneur, Mila Kunis Designs Jewelry


As Topshop prepares to make its 5th Avenue debut (and celebrates a particularly amazing “get” with Beyoncé as a new partner), its social media campaign is generating buzz. The #UNLOCK5th initiative consists of video and photo content from “style leaders” including Julia Restoin Roitfeld, Hailey Baldwin, Kate Foley, Adam Gallagher and Holy Ghost. Throughout the week, each leader will be posting about what Topshop and New York means to them. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Victoria Beckham was named the UK’s most successful entrepreneur of 2014, according to business magazine Management Today. She tops the list of Britain’s top 100 entrepreneurs, who are ranked by turnover, growth and job creation in the last five years combined with the entrepreneur’s wealth overall. Beckham’s £210 million worth gives the term “fashionista” a whole new meaning. [The Telegraph]

“Mommy” isn’t Mila Kunis’ only new role—she’s also a jewelry designer. The actress, who is an ambassador for Gemfields, designed an emerald ring with jewelry brand Marina B to celebrate motherhood. The 18-karat yellow gold ring retails for $4,800 and is available through special order through Marina B’s website. One hundred percent of the sales profits will be donated to Gemfields Nkana Health Center in Zambia to support the addition of a maternity clinic. [Women’s Wear Daily]

If you’re got it, flaunt it…and promote a good cause with it, too. Models Andreea Diaconu and Liu Wen star in promotional images for the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF). Eric Guillemain photographed the models, who sported jeans and t-shirts reading “Drop in the Ocean.” The EJF aims to protect the natural environment and the people and wildlife that depend on it. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Great-grandniece of Henri Bendel Hayden Lasher is following in her family’s footsteps by launching her own line of handbags. Lasher collaborated with Belgian shoes, a 300-year-old company that produces just one style: a simple loafer embellished with a dainty bow. The designer took cues from the manufacturer and only makes one design, available in a range of colors and materials. Taylor Swift has already caught wind of the bags, so we’re guessing it’s only a matter of time before her fashionable followers do, too. [Women’s Wear Daily]