Wendy Williams Gets a Makeunder + an Ode to Betsey Johnson in Today's Style Scraps

Wendy Williams warned XOJane not to "play" her in their makeunder story on the Queen of All Media/our favorite PAPER Nightlife Awards emcee. You look hot and unplayed, Wendy!

Kelly Cutrone says her ex assistant has been systematically charging her personal credit card as well as one for her company, People's Revolution, to order food from delivery.com. [Fashionista]

New meatpacking district store Owen is made out of 25,000 paper lunch bags. [Refinery29]

Jean Paul Gaultier's sneaker espadrille. Whoa. [HighSnobette]

The Times has a great profile on Lanvin's Alber Elbaz in their Style section today. (And we're not just saying that because PAPER editor and longtime friend of Elbaz's Kim Hastreiter is quoted not once, but twice!) [NYT]

Tomoko Ogura is Barneys's new senior fashion director, FYI. [TheCut. Photo via NYT.]

Writer Emma Straub has a sweet essay on Rookie Mag about falling in love with Betsey Johnson's clothes when she was a kid. (Johnson's brand announced in April that it would be filing for bankruptcy and closing the majority of its 63 stores.) Per Straub, "It wasn't just the flattering cut of the clothes that I loved, with the bell-shaped sleeves and the high, small waists. It was the entire philosophy, which was something along the lines of "Girls Are Fun and Awesome and Let's Dress Up Every Single Day." [Rookie Mag via Racked] 

Complex has named A$AP Rocky the number one "most stylish New Yorker right now" See who else made the cut here.

A 3-piece collection by Pamela Love for J.Crew is now available on J.Crew.com. The line includes a skinny jean, a chevron belt and this super-cute (and super $295) jean jacket. [Refinery29]

Kim Kardashian is selling her used clothes by Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander McQueen and Giambattista Valli on eBay to raise money for her church. [Via HuffPo Style]

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