Style Scoop: Victoria Beckham Moves to Manhattan, David Bowie’s L’Invitation, Crocs Gets Boo-tiful


Manhattan is now home to quite the posh purveyor. Victoria Beckham announced that her namesake label will open its first U.S. office in New York City's Chelsea district in January 2014. [Daily Mail]

David Bowie is the man—Louis Vuitton's man. And all he has to do to woo Arizona Muse is sing “I'd Rather Be High” during a Victorian-themed ball. [Louis Vuitton]

Crocs’ latest collaboration is a Boo-tiful one that's more sweet than scary. The “comfy and colorful” shoe brand is now selling Jibbitz shoe charms made in the likeness of the world's cutest dog. Awwww! [Glamour]

Lenny Kravtiz is expanding his design empire with the help of Fred Segal. The brand is introducing its first-ever collaboration, Fred Segal x Kravitz Design with a 10-piece capsule including a $100,000 limited-edition motorcycle; it will launch in early 2014. [GLAM Inbox]

The sky is the limit for Maison Kitsuné Spring 2014. The brand tapped Sky Ferreira to star in its latest, new wave-inspired ads, shot by Henrik Purienne. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Kate Spade is taking over Juicy Couture's old digs. In the words of Fifth & Pacific Co. executive William McComb, whose company is recently sold the SoCal brand, “with respect to the Juicy store fleet, we anticipate converting a number of Juicy stores to Lucky Brand and Kate Spade New York.” [Racked]

Speaking of new designer spaces, Givenchy will be opening 26 stores next year, including one in uptown Manhattan. [WWD]

Tis the season of giving and Echo Design is on board with a helping hand. For every piece of cold-weather clothing sold between November 11 and December 1, the brand will donate two comparable items to people in need with Fashion Delivers. For more info on the Share the Warmth—Buy One, We Give Two initiative, click here. [GLAM Inbox]

Sephora, the gift that keeps on giving. The beauty brand is teaming with Google Hangouts to answer all of your beauty q's anytime, any place. [Google]

Oh, the irony! Abercrombie & Fitch is letting go of its exclusionary ideals to launch—wait for it—plus-sized clothing. The change of heart comes following a dip in sales and the shuttering of its Gilly Hicks underwear stores in the UK. [Vogue UK]