Emma Stone Rocks a Pixie Cut on Vogue November Issue [Vogue]
Emma Stone can do it all. She sings, dances, acts — and rocks a pixie cut like nobody’s business. The La La Land actress, who stars alongside Ryan Gosling in the upcoming musical flick, sports a Twiggy-esque do on the cover of Vogue‘s “Vote!” November issue. The fresh-faced star was photographed in a Michael Kors cropped sweater by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott for the cover story, in which she reveals that she worked at Three Dog Bakery (yep, a bakery for dogs) before making it big.
Karlie Kloss Is a Correspondent for Bill Nye’s New Netflix Series [Instagram]
Karlie Kloss‘ new gig has nothing to do with fashion (well, except for the bow tie). The supermodel revealed that she will be a correspondent on Bill Nye’s new Netflix series, Bill Nye Saves the World. Kloss, who is one of five correspondents, is no stranger to education. She’s long been an advocate for getting girls involved in STEM programs, and she developed the Kode with Klossy scholarship fund and summer camp.
America Ferrera Sells “Make America Ferrera Again” T-shirts for Election Season [Instagram]
America Ferrera, actress and vocal Hillary Clinton supporter, has teamed up with Rebecca Minkoff to create a new T-shirt encouraging women to vote. The tee, which reads “Make America Ferrera Again,” is a play on Donald Trump’s infamous slogan. “Don’t boo, VOTE!!” she wrote on Instagram of the tee, which retails on Minkoff’s website for $48. All proceeds from the shirt benefit Rock the Vote.
Coach Teams Up With Parisian Boutique Colette [WWD]
Coach and Colette, the famed luxury shopping destination in Paris, have conspired to bring the boutique to New York City. As part of a new, multifaceted partnership between the brands, Coach and Colette have designed a kids’ capsule collection ($95-$450), which will retail at the Paris store. Colette will also take over Coach’s SoHo concept space for a pop-up store on Oct. 25. To celebrate the partnership, the brands are hosting a Halloween celebration at the Natural History Museum (a nod to Coach’s T. rex mascot, perhaps?).