Fashion News Roundup: Nordstrom Taps Paraplegic Model for Campaign, Urban Outfitters Makes Some More Offensive T-Shirts, and Vogue Commissions Designer Tennis Balls

Angela Rockwood, one of the paraplegic stars of the Sundance Channel's show Push Girls, has landed a Nordstrom campaign. {HuffPo} Is your vagina feel
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Angela Rockwood, one of the paraplegic stars of the Sundance Channel's show Push Girls, has landed a Nordstrom campaign. {HuffPo} Is your vagina feel
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Angela Rockwood, one of the paraplegic stars of the Sundance Channel's show Push Girls, has landed a Nordstrom campaign. {HuffPo}

Is your vagina feeling old? Are you looking to, er, tighten things up down there? This vaginal cream sold in India promises to make you feel "18 Again." Or as they sing in the commercial, "Feel Like a Virgin." {The Cut}

Scarlett Johansson sports a natural (ish) face and a sheet for her latest Dolce and Gabbana beauty ad. {Harper's Bazaar Australia}

Edgy hair trends aren't for the young anymore. In major metropolitan areas, salons are seeing more women over 40 requesting wild cuts and colors; “The worst thing is to look too suburban,” said one woman. {NYTimes}

We all know Anna Wintour is a big tennis fan, and to celebrate the US Open Vogue commissioned 12 designers to come up with some high fashion tennis balls. {Refinery29}

Nicole Richie is staying busy. While her Macy's Impulse line is set to debut soon, last night she also quietly made her QVC debut. {SheFinds}

If you're going back to school this fall, Urban Outfitters has you covered with a series of drunk-themed t-shirts. Totes appropriate. {Yahoo! Shine}

Fashion definitely has a unique vocabulary. Here are ten words to learn before your next trip to the tailor. {FabSugar}

The Queen got behind the wheel of her Range Rover in a rather unusual looking piece of garb. It looks suspiciously like a hoodie (it's probably her scarf - but the pictures are still hilarious). {ONTD}