Kelly Cutrone Goes "Granola Girl" + Tevas Return in Today's Style Scraps



Kelly Cutrone is launching a fashion line, Electric Love Army, with Tory Burch's ex-husband, venture capitalist Chris Burch. The vibe will be "some cool granola girl mixed with the ultimate fashion chick." [WWD]

My friend Laura and I have been talking about bringing back Tevas and making them cool for about a year now. Turns out we snoozed, and now we've loozed; we've been beaten to it. [The Moment]

Giambattista Valli
is the new ready-to-wear designer for Lonchamp. Perhaps equally newsy is that this means the accessories line is branching out from handbags to actual clothing. [Fashionologie]

One of our favorite meticulously curated boutiques, Creatures of Comfort, is holding its first sale since opening last fall, from Mar. 11-13th at the Puffin Room (435 Broome St.). Apparently  lines like Rachel Comey, Acne, Wren and Dieppa Restrepo will be up to 90 (!) percent off. [Racked]

Check out Amanda Seyfried looking stripey on the cover of the Elle. [Coco Perez]

Dog shirts are having a moment in Paris. [Style File]

There's a Yohji Yamamoto exhibit opening at the Victoria & Albert museum in London this Saturday. [Slamxhype] 

Meet the sleeve scarf, aka the Slarf. [Styleite]

Style.com's Twitter asks: "Not to add to the Dior rumor mill, but people in Paris are asking, why has the Lanvin team been in tears?" Could this mean Alber Elbaz is headed to Dior?? Our heads = spinning.

Take a tour of indie rock style icon/Chairlift singer Caroline Polachek's Greenpoint apartment. [Refinery 29]



















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