Zoe Saldana covers Marie Claire, in advance of ‘Guardians’ premiere

Zoe Saldana for Marie Claire
All eyes -- and lenses -- are on Zoe Saldana in her Marie Claire spread.
(Boe Marion/Marie Claire)

Zoe Saldana may look delicate, what with those high cheekbones and slender frame. But she’s a tough cookie as portrayed in her cover interview for Marie Claire’s August issue, due to hit newsstands July 22. Which makes sense, given that she plays an assassin in her latest film, “Guardians of the Galaxy,” opening Aug. 1. [Marie Claire]

The last 12 months have been the most lucrative of Gisele Bundchen’s career, reports Forbes, which estimates she made $47 million -- or about $128,000 per day -- thanks to lucrative modeling and product endorsment contracts. [Forbes]

U.S. regional winners of this year’s Woolmark Prize were named Monday night at an event in New York. They are M. Patmos for women’s wear, Public School for men. [WWD]

Model Kate Moss’ 16-year-old sister Lottie is the face of Calvin Klein Jeans X’s Re-Issue Project.  Michael Avedon, grandson of famed photographer Richard Avedon, shot the campaign for the endeavor, which is a capsule collection of nine reissued pieces, originally from the 1990s. [Telegraph]


A craft-y mom in the U.K. made a mini-dress out of the trendy plastic Rainbow Loom bands, put it up for auction on Ebay and the bids surpassed a quarter of a million dollars. [Glamour]

Actress Kate Bosworth and two partners are launching a shopping app called Style Thief that allows the user to snap a photo of a covetable item -- say an adorable blouse you see someone wearing -- do an image search to find it for sale and make the purchase. [WWD]

Designer Tory Burch is creating a collection of wearable tech accessories for Fitbit Flex, the maker of fitness monitors. [The Cut]

Betheny Frankel posted an Instagram photo of herself wearing her 4-year-old’s pajamas. Social media chaos ensued. [Los Angeles Times]


Designer Raf Simons and Los Angeles artist Sterling Ruby unveiled a web popup shop,, which will offer pieces from the duo’s collaborative fall menswear collection. A limited number of items will be available each week for one week only  -- the merchandise is to change every Monday. The site is scheduled to close Sept. 1. The initial offering at launch on Tuesday seemed to consist of a work shirt and pair of jeans.