Style Notes: Zendaya Is 'Complex's' "Woman of Next Year"; Naomi Campbell Reprises Role on 'Empire'
Zendaya, the impossibly mature 19-year-old, covers Complex magazine's December issue as the glossy's 2016 "Woman of Next Year." In her interview, which is accompanied by photos of Zendaya cavorting with naked mannequins, the multihyphenate discussed being a role model (or "real model") to her tween fans, her upcoming album and why she'll never have a Miley Cyrus moment. [Complex]
In tomorrow's episode of Empire, Naomi Campbell will be reprising her role as the "seductive cougar" Camilla Marks. The supermodel will return to her messy love triangle — and no doubt look good doing it. We never can have too much Naomi. [Pret-a-Reporter inbox]
Zara is the latest retailer to introduce high-tech gadgets into its stores to make shopping a little easier. The retail giant currently is testing the use of iPads in its dressing rooms in its Spain locations so that customers will be able to scan the items and then easily order another size or color from a salesperson, all with the touch of a button. Never be forced to have uncomfortable human interaction ever again! [Fortune]
To celebrate this year's Design Miami, J.Crew is partnering with famed French illustrator Pierre Le-Tan (father of designer Olympia Le-Tan) on a collection of notebooks, umbrellas, totes and other goodies covered in his quirky-cute vacation-inspired illustrations of palm trees, sunglasses and beaches. The collection, which retails for under $50, is now available for preorder on J.Crew's website and also will be sold at Design Miami from Dec. 2 through Dec. 6. [Vogue]