CR Fashion Book Deconstructs Hermès, Rita Ora Covers British GQ Without Her Brows, and Terry Richardson Hacks Dior's Social Media

CR Fashion Book gives a piece-by-piece (literally) look into the history of the iconic Hermès Constance bag, which takes 14 hours of craftsmanship to create. {CR Fashion Book} Rita Ora covers British GQ, but where are her trademark black eyebrows? {GQ UK} Dior staged "exclusive interventions" on its social media accounts by people like Patrick Demarchelier and Terry Richardson during its couture show. Wait--can Terry Richardson intervene in our personal Instagram accounts? {WWD} Vogue continues to weigh in on the DOMA repeal by publishing a 2012 speech by Anna Wintour on marriage equality. {Vogue}
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CR Fashion Book gives a piece-by-piece (literally) look into the history of the iconic Hermès Constance bag, which takes 14 hours of craftsmanship to create. {CR Fashion Book} Rita Ora covers British GQ, but where are her trademark black eyebrows? {GQ UK} Dior staged "exclusive interventions" on its social media accounts by people like Patrick Demarchelier and Terry Richardson during its couture show. Wait--can Terry Richardson intervene in our personal Instagram accounts? {WWD} Vogue continues to weigh in on the DOMA repeal by publishing a 2012 speech by Anna Wintour on marriage equality. {Vogue}
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CR Fashion Book gives a piece-by-piece (literally) look into the history of the iconic Hermès Constance bag, which takes 14 hours of craftsmanship to create. {CR Fashion Book}

Rita Ora covers British GQ, but where are her trademark black eyebrows? {GQ UK}

Dior staged "exclusive interventions" on its social media accounts by people like Patrick Demarchelier and Terry Richardson during its couture show. Wait--can Terry Richardson intervene in our personal Instagram accounts? {WWD}

Vogue continues to weigh in on the DOMA repeal by publishing a 2012 speech by Anna Wintour on marriage equality. {Vogue}

Check out all of Vogue Italia's 25th anniversary covers! Gisele got one, and so did Natalia "Modeling Doesn't Enrich Me" Vodianova, who looks pretty self-satisfied to us. {Fashin}

And in further celebration of the glossy's 25th year, Vogue Italia's boundary-pushing editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani was profiled in the Telegraph. After *eating chocolate*, she said, "it's the people in fashion who make fashion ridiculous" and talked about refusing to wear clothing in the season it was designed. Basically, she's awesome. {Telegraph}

Nicole Kidman sports a super-chic bob to play a Hitchcock heroine for Jimmy Choo's dark Autumn/Winter 2013 campaign. We want to call our hairdresser, STAT! {Grazia}

Jessica Simpson gave birth to her second child, Ace Knute Johnson. Could this inspire her to include stylish diaper bags in her next handbag line? {Us Weekly}

Instead of dressing yourself in red, white, and blue this 4th of July, why not avoid looking like a human flag and just dress your nails instead? These patriotic manicures are ranked from easiest to hardest, so you can show your stars and stripes no matter your skill level. {SheFinds}

Once your nails dry, give your brain a rest and get inspired by these July outfit ideas to complete your look. {Refinery 29}

One Direction is releasing "1D + OD LIVE.LOVE.MOVE. Together Against Bullying," a line of back-to-school goodies with Office Depot that including notebooks, pens, nail polish, and "study buddy" cutouts of the boys. The best part? The collection is part of an anti-bullying campaign. You can pick something up "for your niece" July 5. {Fashionista Inbox}

Marni is launching an "Evening Collection" which will include ready-to-wear, a full line of accessories, and only two gowns. {WWD, subscription required}

Your 2D and 3D worlds are about to collide: Nordstrom is adding "Most Pinned" on Pinterest signs to its stores next to the items that are most popular online. {HuffPo}

Miraculously, some Glastonbury festival-goers strayed from the usual cut-offs and flower crown ensemble in favor of sweaters and jackets. If you're somehow not sick of standard festival outfits, don't worry--there was still plenty of fringe to go 'round. {Grazia}