Beyoncé Covers Vogue Again, Lindsay Lohan Might Blog, and Inside Condé Nast's New Fashion School

Vogue just can't seem to get enough of Beyoncé. For the third time in the last three months Queen Bey graces the cover of the magazine—this time for its Indian edition. The shot used for the cover of Vogue India's May issue is an outtake from her Vogue US shoot. {Fashion Bomb Daily} And speaking of Vogue, you can now major in the magazine at Condé Nast's newly-opened College of Fashion & Design in London. The school offers two courses: a ten-week Vogue Fashion Certificate and a yearlong Vogue Fashion Foundation Diploma. {The Cut} Kate Middleton-favorite Issa London launches its first-ever handbag collection in straw and satin in collaboration with Banana Republic. {SheFinds}
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Vogue just can't seem to get enough of Beyoncé. For the third time in the last three months Queen Bey graces the cover of the magazine—this time for its Indian edition. The shot used for the cover of Vogue India's May issue is an outtake from her Vogue US shoot. {Fashion Bomb Daily} And speaking of Vogue, you can now major in the magazine at Condé Nast's newly-opened College of Fashion & Design in London. The school offers two courses: a ten-week Vogue Fashion Certificate and a yearlong Vogue Fashion Foundation Diploma. {The Cut} Kate Middleton-favorite Issa London launches its first-ever handbag collection in straw and satin in collaboration with Banana Republic. {SheFinds}
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Vogue just can't seem to get enough of Beyoncé. For the third time in the last three months Queen Bey graces the cover of the magazine—this time for its Indian edition. The shot used for the cover of Vogue India's May issue is an outtake from her Vogue US shoot. {Fashion Bomb Daily}

And speaking of Vogue, you can now major in the magazine at Condé Nast's newly-opened College of Fashion & Design in London. The school offers two courses: a ten-week Vogue Fashion Certificate and a yearlong Vogue Fashion Foundation Diploma. {The Cut}

Kate Middleton-favorite Issa London launches its first-ever handbag collection in straw and satin in collaboration with Banana Republic. {SheFinds}

Is Lindsay Lohan finding a new career path--this time as a blogger? Apparently celebrity news site Celebuzz is in talks with the troubled actress to write about her post-rehab reflections. We'd read it. {New York Post}

Barneys New York makes a Pop Art-tastic Roy Lichtenstein home collection which will feature his iconic artwork, including "Ice Cream Soda" and "Drawing for Kiss IV," on beach towels and china dishes. {WWD}

Read up on your punk fashion history with this brief timeline in honor of Vivienne Westwood and her contribution to the movement's fashion. {Lucky}

"Bitch... it's about time."--Rihanna's reaction when her longtime hairstylist told the popstar she was opening her own salon. {The Cut}

The plus-size fashion industry gets its own reality TV show with WE tv's House of Curves, which will follow plus-size designer Kenyatta Jones as she shops her fashion line. {The Hollywood Reporter}

Gwyneth Paltrow's stylist defends the actress's much-talked-about sheer paneled Antonio Berardi dress she wore on the red carpet last week. {US Weekly}

From Burberry Prorsum to Urban Outfitters, this guide shows you where to shop this season's clear accessories trend, straight from the Spring 2013 runways. {PopSugar Fashion}

What's summer without a cool pair of espadrille shoes? From flats to platform lace-ups, check out these 12 pairs of summer shoe comfies. {Refinery29}

Drew Barrymore is back to blonde. Hopefully she stays away from that awful dip-dyed 'do she sported back in 2009. {HuffPo}