Couturier Jean Paul Gaultier announced plans to launch a new, younger line of street wear in the spring of 2014. Can we expect Gaultier's signature Breton stripes, corsets, and conical bras? Unfortunately, we'll just have to wait two years to see what he has up his sleeves. (Grazia UK)
Rabbi Yael Buechler might not sound like a big name in the nail art world, but she is. Rabbi Buechler is now the designer of Hanukkah-themed nail art decals inspired by principles and tenets of the Festival of Lights. (Fashionista)
As fashion magazines increase their online presence, e-tailers are, in turn, beginning to make their names in the publishing world. Case in point? Net-A-Porter announced the launch of its print magazine. The lines just keep on blurring. (Wired)
So, we know that the devil wears Prada, but what would you wear to an interview with Vogue's reserved editor-in-chief? See what 13 hapless souls wore to interview with the infamous head of Vogue. Who says you can't judge a book by its cover? (The Cut)
Footloose and fancy-free: Karl Lagerfeld is partnering with Brazilian shoe company Melissa to create his own capsule collection. Though the Kaiser is certainly one of a kind, he'll be following the path of former collaborators Vivienne Westwood, Gareth Pugh, and Jason Wu. (WWD)
...And last but not least, today on Tinseltown: Nerd out with cool gifts for the techie in your life.
Image via Grazia UK