"Scent Capturing Postcard Printer" + Condoleezza Rice's Modeling Debut In Today's Style Scraps

Check out these cool jewelry pieces by designer Laura Lombardi, launching today with online vintage store Market Publique. [via Market Publique]

Werk it, Condi!  The former Secretary of State made her modeling debut for NFL's women's apparel line, sporting a Cleveland Browns jersey (her favorite football team).  The campaign also features Melania Trump and Serena Williams, among others. [via Fashionista]

Topshop is hosting a pop-up boutique at Montauk's Surf Lodge (183 Edgemere St.) starting this Friday 8/17 through Sunday 8/19.  Live music, including guest DJs and Chairlift, will perform each night of the weekend from 7-10pm.  Sounds fun!

Here's that Azealia Banks cover for Dazed & Confused that was banned in seven countries.  Personally, we prefer ours. [via High Snobiety]

A judge dismissed a lawsuit against Alexander Wang that claimed his Chinatown factory was a sweatshop.  [via WWD]

What the what?  A Chinese designer created a "scent-capturing postcard printer" for Sony that uses pattern recognition technology to identify an image and then transfer the associated scent via aroma-based inks onto the card. [via SlamXHype]

Check out the Fab Five (minus Gabby Douglas) out of their Kate Middleton-approved leotards and looking glam at the NYC premiere of Sparkle last night.  Poor Jordyn Wieber looks like she broke her foot, though! [via Style.com]

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