Beyoncé Shops at Target, David Beckham Gets Cloned, and Cara Delevingne Parties with Rihanna on a Yacht

This may be the only thing we'll ever have in common with Beyoncé: The Queen of the Universe was seen shopping at Target in Houston, Texas. {HuffPo} Are we dreaming? David Beckham's new ad for Sky Sports TV features approximately a million David Beckhams just going about their day, doing some regular stuff and being more attractive than you. {David Beckham's Facebook} Is Helen Mirren taking fashion cues from Taylor Momsen? The 67-year-old stunner wore stripper heels on the red carpet for the premiere of Red 2. {Us Weekly} Cara Delevingne's new bottom-of-foot tattoo (ouch) reminds us of the one in fellow model Tyra Banks's classic film, Life Size. You'll see why. {Instagram}
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This may be the only thing we'll ever have in common with Beyoncé: The Queen of the Universe was seen shopping at Target in Houston, Texas. {HuffPo} Are we dreaming? David Beckham's new ad for Sky Sports TV features approximately a million David Beckhams just going about their day, doing some regular stuff and being more attractive than you. {David Beckham's Facebook} Is Helen Mirren taking fashion cues from Taylor Momsen? The 67-year-old stunner wore stripper heels on the red carpet for the premiere of Red 2. {Us Weekly} Cara Delevingne's new bottom-of-foot tattoo (ouch) reminds us of the one in fellow model Tyra Banks's classic film, Life Size. You'll see why. {Instagram}
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This may be the only thing we'll ever have in common with Beyoncé: The Queen of the Universe was seen shopping at Target in Houston, Texas. {HuffPo}

Are we dreaming? David Beckham's new ad for Sky Sports TV features approximately a million David Beckhams just going about their day, doing some regular stuff and being more attractive than you. {David Beckham's Facebook}

Is Helen Mirren taking fashion cues from Taylor Momsen? The 67-year-old stunner wore stripper heels on the red carpet for the premiere of Red 2. {Us Weekly}

Cara Delevingne's new bottom-of-foot tattoo (ouch) reminds us of the one in fellow model Tyra Banks's classic film, Life Size. You'll see why. {Instagram}

Delevingne spent the rest of her weekend partying hard with pal Rihanna on a yacht in the South of France. Seriously, why don't they ever call us when they hang out? {The Front Row View}

Stylist extraordinaire Caroline Sieber got married in Chanel couture, naturally dahling. {Telegraph}

Max Mara's latest accessories campaign marks a first for everyone involved: The first time the Italian brand is associating its products with a celebrity, and the first time Jennifer Garner has been the face of a fashion brand. {WWD, subscription required}

"Punk" magazine covers continue on the heels of Nicki Minaj's Marie Clairecover--the latest has Daria Werbowy in a nose ring for Vogue Paris. {Vogue Paris}

Want to jump on the punk train yourself? Try out some of these ear cuffs for a non-committal taste of the trend. {Refinery29}

Is this futuristic software cool or creepy? Retail shops will use facial recognition software to identify VIP (read: famous or wealthy) customers, and will also tell sales associates the person's spending history and clothing size. {Vogue UK}

Luxury department stores are looking at new ways to make some dough--Lord & Taylor's parent company may purchase Saks Fifth Avenue, and Neiman Marcus is still looking into that IPO. {USA Today}

Rumor has it Burberry wants to tap Wimbledon champ Andy Murray and his stylish girlfriend Kim Sears for its next campaign. {The Daily Mail}

Lauren Conrad is partnering with Refinery29 on some blog posts and a shared Pinterest board, creatively called "California girl." {Lauren Conrad}

The Marc Jacobs Beauty for Sephora campaign is here. It's... fine. {Fashion Copious}

As if we needed a reason to love Topshop even more, the retailer is collaborating with Key to Freedom on an exclusive collection of handmade scarves created by women in West Bengal. {Style Bistro}

In other collaboration news, Urban Outfitters collaborated with Alternative Apparel on a collection of cool basics for back-to-school. Yep, it's already back-to-school shopping time. {Urban Outfitters}