By Bronwyn Barnes
Updated January 28, 2014 at 07:30 PM EST
Credit: Courtesy of Alexander McQueen

Kate Moss looks super-creepy in a new ad campaign for Alexander McQueen, Victoria Beckham lets Skype behind the scenes at her fashion label, the set designer behind Wicked and Saturday Night Live is set to be honored, and more.

Read on for all of today’s style and design headlines.

In her new role as the face of Alexander McQueen, supermodel Kate Moss poses with dolls for print ads and stars in a futuristic film inspired by a Sixties British cult thriller. [British Vogue]

Watch the trailer for Five Years: The Victoria Beckham Fashion Story, an interactive project by the former Spice Girl and the Skype Collaboration Project. [Telegraph UK]

Set designer Eugene Lee, whose work includes Broadway’s Wicked and Saturday Night Live, will receive the 2014 Distinguished Achievement Award from the United States Institute for Theatre Technology. [Broadway World]

Forced to sit out of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, skier Lindsey Vonn will instead be a celebrity model in the annual Red Dress Collection fashion show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. [WWD]

Oscar-nominated production designer Adam Stockhausen explains how he created the sets for the historical drama 12 Years a Slave. [NY Times]

In an attempt to make Glass more wearable, Google has announced the release of several interchangeable prescription and sunglass frames that attach to the device. [Fashionista]