Jessica Alba Is Creating Your New Favorite Pair of Jeans

Hollywood collab: You can now officially add denim designer to Jessica Alba's already impressive résumé. As Vogue.com reports, the actress and entrepreneur will create up to 10 pieces for DL1961's F/W 16 collection, which is set to hit stores in August. "The jeans that I'm designing are going to celebrate women's bodies and show off those curves," she told the site. Alba is also already the face of the brand's S/S 16 collection, which you can shop at DL1961.com ahead of her collaboration's launch. [Vogue.com]

Farfetch expands: E-tailer Farfetch announced today that it will be expanding into two new categories: beauty, launching on February 29, and kidswear, debuting on March 1. The expansion makes sense given the site's massive growth—its staff size has doubled in the last year, to 1000 employees in 10 cities globally. While we wait for the exciting launches, be sure to shop Farfetch. [Farfetch]

Headed West: Like Stella McCartney, Tom Ford, and Burberry have all done recently, designer Rachel Comey is turning to California to show her newest collection. She will be skipping New York Fashion Week and instead present the F/W 16 line in Los Angeles in late March, which dovetails with the launch of her first West Coast retail store the following month. Can't wait! In the meantime, shop Rachel Comey pieces. [Business of Fashion]

Coach news: Coach is opening a massive new flagship on Fifth Avenue in New York City. The debut of the three-level, 20,000-square-foot store will sync with the brand's 75th anniversary, and doors are set to open this fall. Something tells us this location will be stunning from top to bottom. [WWD]

French-inspired beauty: Besides having the most covetable style, French women seem to be equally adept at effortlessly amazing hair and makeup looks. Byrdie agrees, as the site tapped renowned French colorist Christophe Robin to spill all the Parisian beauty secrets you need to know. [Byrdie]

Stylish hotel: Designer Kelly Wearstler has beautifully outfitted a new 32-story hotel in Austin, Texas. MyDomaine got a sneak peek at her décor, which boasts everything you'd expect from the seasoned designer. [MyDomaine]