Boston Marathoners' Shoes Get a Mag Cover, Jourdan Dunn Talks Thigh Gaps, and Selena Gomez Wears Another Bindi

"We Will Finish The Race." Boston Magazine commemorates the tragedy of the Boston Marathon bombings with a powerful image of a heart formed by shoes worn by marathon runners for its May issue. {Boston Magazine} Who doesn't want to be a Victoria's Secret Angel? Former model Kylie Bisutti--that's who. She left the industry for religious reasons and wrote a whole book about it called I'm No Angel: From Victoria's Secret Model to Role Model. {Vogue UK} Jourdan Dunn tells a Twitter user who wants "a thigh gap so badddd" that it's really not all it's cracked up to be. {Jourdan Dunn's Twitter}
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"We Will Finish The Race." Boston Magazine commemorates the tragedy of the Boston Marathon bombings with a powerful image of a heart formed by shoes worn by marathon runners for its May issue. {Boston Magazine} Who doesn't want to be a Victoria's Secret Angel? Former model Kylie Bisutti--that's who. She left the industry for religious reasons and wrote a whole book about it called I'm No Angel: From Victoria's Secret Model to Role Model. {Vogue UK} Jourdan Dunn tells a Twitter user who wants "a thigh gap so badddd" that it's really not all it's cracked up to be. {Jourdan Dunn's Twitter}
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"We Will Finish The Race." Boston Magazine commemorates the tragedy of the Boston Marathon bombings with a powerful image of a heart formed by shoes worn by marathon runners for its May issue. {Boston Magazine}

Who doesn't want to be a Victoria's Secret Angel? Former model Kylie Bisutti--that's who. She left the industry for religious reasons and wrote a whole book about it called I'm No Angel: From Victoria's Secret Model to Role Model. {Vogue UK}

Jourdan Dunn tells a Twitter user who wants "a thigh gap so badddd" that it's really not all it's cracked up to be. {Jourdan Dunn's Twitter}

Gianni Versace probably would have been one of Lady Gaga's "Little Monsters," according to the late designer's sister Donatella. {WWD}

The latest celeb to try out Chanel's massive hula hoop bag? Why, it's Kris Jenner! {US Weekly}

An exhibit opening at the Museum of Chinese in America on Friday will highlight the rise of Asian American designers over the past thirty years. It looks like it'll be a must-see. {New York Times}

Blondie songstress Debbie Harry talks about the punk fashion movement she trailblazed. {DuJour}

Anna Wintour inspires Presidential awe. Hildy Kuryk's former DNC co-workers react to her latest appointment as Wintour's new right hand woman, saying "being selected by Anna Wintour is as great a stamp of approval as being selecting by the President--but it has a lot more perks." {The Daily Beast}

Too cute for life. Bulldogs and terriers model neon python box bags and a 3.1 Phillip Lim 31 Second clutch for Avenue 32's spring editorial "Fashion Unleashed." {PopSugar Fashion}

Adidas knocks off... Adidas? Selena Gomez models a pair of affordable wedge sneakers that are strikingly similar to a style from the brand's much higher-priced collab with Jeremy Scott. {The Hollywood Reporter}

In other things that Selena Gomez wears: In spite of backlash from Hindu leaders over her MTV Movie Awards performance getup, the actress/singer once again donned a forehead bindi to pay David Letterman a visit. {HuffPo}

You probably shouldn't be checking your phone every 10 seconds. Here's why. {Refinery29}