Style Scoop: Wildfox Couture Opens in Hollywood, Candy Crush Clothes Will Fuel Your Addiction, LVMH Talks Smartwatch Competition


Wildfox Couture has opened its first flagship in the heart of Sunset Plaza in West Hollywood. The “very girlie” boutique, according to the brand’s chief executive officer Jimmy Sommers, boasts a peach-colored exterior with a feminine interior, complete with filigree mirrors, glass chandeliers and antique brass tables. The store hosted a festive party on October 16 to celebrate the opening. [Women’s Wear Daily]

If you love Candy Crush enough to wear them on your person, you’re in luck, because now you can. Performance wear designer Zara Terez teamed up with King to make leggings adorned with the addicting game’s sweet subjects. Satisfy your fashion sweet tooth as well as your gaming addiction with these colorful duds. [Women’ Wear Daily]

Could a smartwatch be in the works for LVMH? A month after the Apple Watch made its debut, president of LVMH’s watch division and chairman of Hublot, Jean-Claude Biver, is talking competition. Biver denied rumors of a smartwatch for Hublot, but didn’t do the same for other LVMH brands TAG Heuer and Zenith. []

Starting today, Apple Pay is making our shopping lives easier than they’ve ever been. Retailers including Walgreens, Whole Foods and Subway are already on board, in addition to Aeropostale, American Eagle Outfitters and Bloomingdales. Later this year, Sephora, Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters and Free People will join the techy party. Apple insists this easy-pay system is safe—but, unfortunately, you need an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus (or an Apple Watch, once it hits the scene) to use it. [Fashionista]

Frank Gehry’s seven-year project, the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris, is just about open and ready for business. With 11 gallery spaces, a 350-seat auditorium, a bookstore and a restaurant, the foundation is a true spectacle. Even if you’re not planning a casual trip to Paris anytime soon, you must take a peek at these photos. [Glam Chic]