Style Scoop: Vogue Like an Emoji, ODLR’s New Shoes, Chanel is The Clickiest of Them All


What does one do when words fail you? Take matters into your own hands and imitate your favorite emojis with outfits styled by Vogue. Self-expression never looked so chic. [Vogue]

Oscar de la Renta won’t be adding John Galliano to his roster, but he is kicking off a new direction for his footwear category with Daniel Lawler, the new vice president of design, footwear. Before joining Oscar de la Renta, he worked at Balmain, Jimmy Choo, and John Galliano. [Women’s Wear Daily]

It’s official! Chanel reigns supreme on and off the Internet. Karl Lagerfeld’s Fall 2014 collection, presented in the most stylish supermarket of all, was the most-clicked show of fashion month!’s readers have spoken… and we agree. [Style]

Lupita Nyong’o isn’t the only one who has a penchant for headbands. Our First Lady Michelle Obama is a fan of the craze, namely Wolford’s Fatal headband. She’s such a big client that the company has crafted custom headbands just for her in a variety of colors, all adorned with small jewels. Being #FLOTUS has its perks, no? [InStyle]

Well this is awkward: Miley Cyrus is on the cover of two magazines on the newsstand this May but only actually posed for one. The Bangerz singer is on the cover of Ellein $13,400 worth of Marc Jacobs and on Seventeen—in a stock photo. Apparently, the glossy doesn’t align with her new image. Oh. [Fashionista]