Fashion News Roundup: Alexa Chung Models For Maje, The Return of Elle Accessories and Jennifer Hudson Got a QVC Line

Alexa Chung is back on the old modeling horse for Parisian brand Maje's fall ad campaign. {WWD} Hearst, which recently acquired Elle magazine, is planning to bring back the short-lived spin-off that was Elle Accessories. Shoe lovers rejoice. {The New York Times} Justin Bieber launched his new perfume, called "Girlfriend," this week. A zillion screaming girls screamed even more. {WWD} Jennifer Hudson, American Idol alum and Weight Watchers frontwoman, is the newest celeb to get her own clothing line with QVC. It will only feature clothes for "average" sized women, meaning sizes 6 through 16. {Stylelist}
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Alexa Chung is back on the old modeling horse for Parisian brand Maje's fall ad campaign. {WWD} Hearst, which recently acquired Elle magazine, is planning to bring back the short-lived spin-off that was Elle Accessories. Shoe lovers rejoice. {The New York Times} Justin Bieber launched his new perfume, called "Girlfriend," this week. A zillion screaming girls screamed even more. {WWD} Jennifer Hudson, American Idol alum and Weight Watchers frontwoman, is the newest celeb to get her own clothing line with QVC. It will only feature clothes for "average" sized women, meaning sizes 6 through 16. {Stylelist}
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Alexa Chung is back on the old modeling horse for Parisian brand Maje's fall ad campaign. {WWD}

Hearst, which recently acquired Elle magazine, is planning to bring back the short-lived spin-off that was Elle Accessories. Shoe lovers rejoice. {The New York Times}

Justin Bieber launched his new perfume, called "Girlfriend," this week. A zillion screaming girls screamed even more. {WWD}

Jennifer Hudson, American Idol alum and Weight Watchers frontwoman, is the newest celeb to get her own clothing line with QVC. It will only feature clothes for "average" sized women, meaning sizes 6 through 16. {Stylelist}

Bet your parents are pissed they spent all that money on braces: Gorgeous girls with gap teeth are officially a thing. {The Hollywood Reporter}

Oh, being the muse of Karl Lagerfeld must be so glamorous life, right? Turns out being at Karl's beck and call takes a lot of work--just ask Amanda Harlech. {Telegraph}

We are always lusting after the clothing featured in fashion magazines, but thanks to Flaunt you can now wear the magazine itself. Check out the denim printed issue, plus ways you can style it. {HuffPo}

Snorkeling in Louboutins? We wouldn't recommend it, but here's a pair that certainly looks like you could. {SheFinds}

Just when J.C. Penney was on the rise (and causing arise with the equality-centric ad campaigns) their president calls it quits. Though only there for eight months, he made a major impact on the public image of the brand. {WWD, Subscription Required}

It's rare to find a DIY celebrity make-up tutorial that actually makes you look like a celebrity. Behold, three gorgeous in-depth looks worth breaking out the good-stuff for. {Refinery 29}