Fashion News Roundup: The Kardashians Cover Notorious BIG, Teen Vogue Teaches You How to be an Intern, and Drew Barrymore Got Married in Chanel

Made in Brazil #5 is launching this week and Models.com has a sneak peek. There's a 30 page spread styled by Brad Goreski featuring 5 Brazilian male models, including Rodrigo Braga, who will appear in Givenchy's fall campaign. Yum. {Models.com} The Kardashian-Jenner clan have released a new "music video" set to "Hypnotize" by Notorious B.I.G., filmed on a yacht in the Dominican Republic. It is, as with all things Kardashian, the pinnacle of klass and decorum. {MTV} Drew Barrymore got married this past weekend in a Chanel pleated gown with a black belt. Which makes sense since her father in law was the CEO of Chanel. {E!} Helmut Newton is the focus of an upcoming photography exhibit at The Williamson Gallery of the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Three former protégés are the subject and co-curators of “Three Boys From Pasadena: A Tribute to Helmut Newton,” to open June 14. {WWD} A comprehensive guide to campaign fashion, including "ironic" Mitt Romney tees courtesy of Urban Outfitters. {Current.com}
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Made in Brazil #5 is launching this week and Models.com has a sneak peek. There's a 30 page spread styled by Brad Goreski featuring 5 Brazilian male models, including Rodrigo Braga, who will appear in Givenchy's fall campaign. Yum. {Models.com} The Kardashian-Jenner clan have released a new "music video" set to "Hypnotize" by Notorious B.I.G., filmed on a yacht in the Dominican Republic. It is, as with all things Kardashian, the pinnacle of klass and decorum. {MTV} Drew Barrymore got married this past weekend in a Chanel pleated gown with a black belt. Which makes sense since her father in law was the CEO of Chanel. {E!} Helmut Newton is the focus of an upcoming photography exhibit at The Williamson Gallery of the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Three former protégés are the subject and co-curators of “Three Boys From Pasadena: A Tribute to Helmut Newton,” to open June 14. {WWD} A comprehensive guide to campaign fashion, including "ironic" Mitt Romney tees courtesy of Urban Outfitters. {Current.com}
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Made in Brazil #5 is launching this week and Models.com has a sneak peek. There's a 30 page spread styled by Brad Goreski featuring 5 Brazilian male models, including Rodrigo Braga, who will appear in Givenchy's fall campaign. Yum. {Models.com}

The Kardashian-Jenner clan have released a new "music video" set to "Hypnotize" by Notorious B.I.G., filmed on a yacht in the Dominican Republic. It is, as with all things Kardashian, the pinnacle of klass and decorum. {MTV}

Drew Barrymore got married this past weekend in a Chanel pleated gown with a black belt. Which makes sense since her father in law was the CEO of Chanel. {E!}

Helmut Newton is the focus of an upcoming photography exhibit at The Williamson Gallery of the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Three former protégés are the subject and co-curators of “Three Boys From Pasadena: A Tribute to Helmut Newton,” to open June 14. {WWD}

A comprehensive guide to campaign fashion, including "ironic" Mitt Romney tees courtesy of Urban Outfitters. {Current.com}

Professor Louise Wilson, director of the infamous MA program at Central Saint Martins, chats about why she's so hard on her students and what she thinks makes a star designer. {Telegraph UK}

Vogue Italia asks cover star Isabella Rossellini and models from the featured Steven Meisel editorial what wellness means to them as part of the Vogue health initiative. {Vogue.it}

We all owe a great debt to the amazing people behind some of our favorite online shopping haunts (both literally and figuratively, in some cases). Get to know the faces behind Beachmint, Planet Blue, and Revolve. {Refinery29}

Just starting out in the industry? Six of Teen Vogue's editors tell you how to be the best intern ever. {Teen Vogue}

The line between haute couture and ready-to-wear continues to blur as more and more designers employ couture techniques in their ready-to-wear collections. {Independent UK}