Channing Tatum Modeled for P Diddy, Clueless Turns 18, and Helena Christensen Talks Feminism

You really, REALLY need to see what Channing Tatum wore for P Diddy's runway show back in 2003. {BuzzFeed} We'll take any excuse for Clueless to be newsworthy again! The movie turns 18 this year, so here's an interview with its genius costume designer. {MTV Style} Whoa--she's always had a vintage vibe, but Lana del Rey looked like a '60s blueberry at her concert in Russia. Also, that powder blue eyeshadow looks like it came out of a "Video Game"... is that what you were going for, Lana? {Daily Mail} Sofia Coppola makes pajamas look sexy like she always does in Vogue Australia's August issue. {Fashion Gone Rogue}
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You really, REALLY need to see what Channing Tatum wore for P Diddy's runway show back in 2003. {BuzzFeed} We'll take any excuse for Clueless to be newsworthy again! The movie turns 18 this year, so here's an interview with its genius costume designer. {MTV Style} Whoa--she's always had a vintage vibe, but Lana del Rey looked like a '60s blueberry at her concert in Russia. Also, that powder blue eyeshadow looks like it came out of a "Video Game"... is that what you were going for, Lana? {Daily Mail} Sofia Coppola makes pajamas look sexy like she always does in Vogue Australia's August issue. {Fashion Gone Rogue}
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You really, REALLY need to see what Channing Tatum wore for P Diddy's runway show back in 2003. {BuzzFeed}

We'll take any excuse for Clueless to be newsworthy again! The movie turns 18 this year, so here's an interview with its genius costume designer. {MTV Style}

Whoa--she's always had a vintage vibe, but Lana del Rey looked like a '60s blueberry at her concert in Russia. Also, that powder blue eyeshadow looks like it came out of a "Video Game"... is that what you were going for, Lana? {Daily Mail}

Sofia Coppola makes pajamas look sexy like she always does in Vogue Australia's August issue. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Helena Christensen makes the leap from supermodel to super ROLE model, giving a cool feminist interview to Vogue UK about the "invisible strength" of women. {Vogue UK}

Is the heat wave making you so sweaty you want to chop off all your hair? Yeah, same. Before you pull a 2007 Britney Spears and buzz it yourself, maybe use these pics as inspiration and head to a salon. {HuffPo Style}

Nicki Minaj, social media maven, eschews "Throwback Thursdays" in favor of... "Thong Thursdays." We're kinda hoping this won't catch on. {Us Weekly}

If you start shopping "Slowear," a group of four Italian menswear manufacturers, you'll never have to throw out your old, dying, favorite sweater. These clothes are quality pieces designed to last a looong time. {Telegraph}

Elsewhere in Italian menswear, Prada's historic Milan store in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II will permanently house menswear on its ground floor. {Wonderland Magazine}

First Kenzo, now Stella McCartney? We're seeing a heavy surrealist trend in the Fall 2013 ad campaigns. {WWD}

The dress is watching you... Hailee Steinfeld brought that Kenzo wackiness off the page and into the real world in an eyeball print dress at Comic Con. {NYLON Blogs}

Oh, and her Lichtenstein-inspired comic book nails are actually awesome. {io9}

Hudson Jeans loyalists: this sale might be your last chance to scoop up your favorite style, since the company was just acquired by Joe's Jeans. {SHEfinds}

If you need something to do while camping out in places that have free air conditioning, check out these midsummer fall sales. {PopSugar Fashion}

Someone invented "Baby Bangs" so passersby can distinguish your baby girl from a baby boy, because things like this really, really matter in the world. {Jezebel}

More stuff for kids: sparkly sunscreen is now a thing, because kids are more likely to wear it if it glitters. We ran out of our Bonnebell cheek glitter a couple years ago...is it cool if we wear this now, too? {Refinery29}

The all-female jury in the George Zimmerman case went out for mani-pedis (which they paid for themselves) during trial. Excursions they didn't have to pay for? Bowling, Outback Steakhouse, and trips to Ripley's Believe It Or Not! museum. You know, the important stuff. {USA Today}