Style Scoop: Vogue’s Golden Girl, Dressing Drunk in Love, Karlie Kloss Cuts Up


Forget Kim Kardashian's all-gold-everything look at The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment breakfast. Likely Oscars contender Cate Blanchett shines bright in gilded goodness for Vogue January 2014. While her fifth cover for the Condé Nast glossy features Céline Spring 2014, it's an embroidered silk Dolce & Gabbana dress that we're coveting… especially for holiday. [Glam]

Though he may not be credited as a stylist on her latest epic workBeyoncé's better half is responsible for one of her visual album's most sultry looks. “[Beyoncé] was supposed to wear three different outfits [in the “Drunk in Love” video],” said stylist Lysa Cooper, who dressed Bey in vintage Eres, Windy Nicohl, and Jennifer Fisher jewelry for the shoot. “But when Jay Z saw her outfit, he said [to her], ‘you're wearing that the whole time.’” [Pret-a-Reporter]

We can finally put a face to the Tamara Mellon brand: Karlie Kloss! The Victoria's Secret stunner stars in High Heels and Sharp Knives, the first official video for Mellon's Net-A-Porter exclusive. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Though 83,000 people follow Barbie Birkin on Instagram, there's only room for one in the posh plastic being's heart. “Diana Vreeland is the only person that Birkin looks up to,” revealed BB's anonymous human companion. “She embodies everything that Birkin wants to be. Bold, glam, and brutally honest.” [The Cut]

Even more reason to wish for sexy stilettos under the Christmas tree: West Village healer Yamuna Zake is making Manhattanites happy with a yoga class that promises to “teach participants how to strengthen their feet and, yes, walk a mile in their tallest stilettos.” [The Daily Beast]

More New York Fashion Week changes ahead! After IMG shared plans to eradicate the “zoo” that NYFW has become, the Council of Fashion Designers of America announced that it is teaming up with Ruth Finley of Fashion Calendar to better schedule the 350 or so shows that run during the week. [WWD]