Style Notes: Banana Republic Does 'Anna Karenina,' Taylor Swift Releases Second Fragrance

Anna Karenina Joan Smalls FENDI - H 2012

Anna Karenina Joan Smalls FENDI - H 2012

THR breaks down the day's hottest headlines with quick takes from the fashion realm.

Miss out on the Mad Men inspired collection from Banana Republic? There's still time to get another chance at the retailer's next themed line, a take on this Fall’s Anna Karenina.

Get inside Kanye West’s head: the rapper is featured in model turned fashion editor Anja Rubik’s new magazine, 25. While the issue’s theme is eroticism, the editor has been quick to clarify that the features are “sensual, not pornographic.”

What Karl Lagerfeld wants, he gets, and right now it’s Joan Smalls. Lagerfeld tapped the model for this Fall’s FENDI campaign, telling WWD, “It’s her and her alone.” The Puerto Rican native is featured on the cover of W Magazine’s June issue alongside fellow Victoria’s Secret Angel Karlie Kloss.

Carrie Bradshaw meets Victoria Beckham? Not just yet. What could have been the most exciting news in footwear fashion since Rodarte’s venture into shoes is sadly just a rumor. Sarah Jessica Parker and the former Spice Girl reported to VOGUE UK that a collaboration between the two is not in the works at this time.

A princess of the people: Kate Middleton has promised to sleep on the streets of London to support “Sleep Out,” a campaign spreading awareness of homelessness. Prince William has long been a supporter of the cause and participated at the event in 2009.

Taylor Swift fans are Enchanted, enough so that the country singer is releasing a second fragrance following the success of her first venture into perfumery. This September, Wonderstruck Enchanted will release as a sequel to her original Wonderstruck.