Style Scoop: Waldo’s Comme des Garcons Makeover, Elle Macpherson Leaves ‘Fashion Star,’ Tamu McPherson Curates Looks for SUNO

For 25 years, people have been trying to answer one of the most thought-provoking questions in history: Where's Waldo? Well, in honor of his silver anniversary, the red-and-white clad gent has been found and fashioned: Comme des Garçons, Warby Parker, and more are drawing inspiration from his signature style and will be bringing it to a scarf, tee, or pair of glasses near you. [LA Times]

Gap is joining the capsule collection age by collaborating with not one, but six designers on a range of menswear for their most dapper clientele. GQ curated six brands including Mark McNairy New Amsterdam, BLK Denim, and Todd Snyder to work with Gap on everything from boxers and bombers to sweatshirts and khaki slacks. All items will be available September 27th. [Fashionista] editor-in-chief Tamu McPherson is setting her sights on NYC. The style blogger is the first fashionista chosen as Suno NY's guest curator. McPherson will show fans how she rocks the vibrant, print-heavy label in real life, then let them shop the looks and incorporate favorites into their own wardrobes. [Suno NY]

Perhaps we only noticed it after dazzling, noir moments in “Black Swan,” but fashion and ballet go hand-in-hand. Tonight, Carrie Bradshaw — we mean, Sarah Jessica Parker — and the incomparable Valentino Garavani are celebrating that dynamic pair with a New York City Ballet party. Of the stage looks he's created, Valentino says they could very well be walked down a couture runway. [The New York Times]

Fashion Star fans, there's another change happening with the show. Back in June, H&M announced that the company won't stick around for season two. Today, it was announced that Elle Macpherson is leaving too… well, not exactly. She'll be handing over hosting duties to fellow model and television personality Louise Roe, but will still be billed as executive producer. [Racked]

Burberry is taking a stand against unethical guidelines by halting production in a Guangdong, China factory where claims of poor treatment of employees have been reported. [VOGUE UK]