One Direction Gets a September Cover, Kate Moss Is a Grammar Snob, and Vaginas Are Getting Even Steamier

And Teen Vogue's September cover star is... One Direction! Wonder if they used their makeup collection for the shoot... {Teen Vogue} Feeling stressed, ladies? Say hello to the soothing effects of vaginal steaming—a centuries-old Korean treatment that is now available at a spa near you. {PopSugar Fashion} Cara cover alert! Cara Delevingne makes like a modern-day Audrey Hepburn in the Breakfast at Tiffany's-inspired cover shoot for Vogue Japan, lensed by Patrick Demarchelier. {Fashion Gone Rogue} Speaking of Tiffany's, one comedian has quite the taste for the iconic jeweler's sparklers. While shooting his upcoming film Finally Famous, Chris Rock decided the earrings he was wearing were "weak," so he sends a "minion" to pick up new ones for him at Tiffany's. {NY Post}
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And Teen Vogue's September cover star is... One Direction! Wonder if they used their makeup collection for the shoot... {Teen Vogue} Feeling stressed, ladies? Say hello to the soothing effects of vaginal steaming—a centuries-old Korean treatment that is now available at a spa near you. {PopSugar Fashion} Cara cover alert! Cara Delevingne makes like a modern-day Audrey Hepburn in the Breakfast at Tiffany's-inspired cover shoot for Vogue Japan, lensed by Patrick Demarchelier. {Fashion Gone Rogue} Speaking of Tiffany's, one comedian has quite the taste for the iconic jeweler's sparklers. While shooting his upcoming film Finally Famous, Chris Rock decided the earrings he was wearing were "weak," so he sends a "minion" to pick up new ones for him at Tiffany's. {NY Post}
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And Teen Vogue's September cover star is... One Direction! Wonder if they used their makeup collection for the shoot... {Teen Vogue}

Feeling stressed, ladies? Say hello to the soothing effects of vaginal steaming—a centuries-old Korean treatment that is now available at a spa near you. {PopSugar Fashion}

Cara cover alert! Cara Delevingne makes like a modern-day Audrey Hepburn in the Breakfast at Tiffany's-inspired cover shoot for Vogue Japan, lensed by Patrick Demarchelier. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Speaking of Tiffany's, one comedian has quite the taste for the iconic jeweler's sparklers. While shooting his upcoming film Finally Famous, Chris Rock decided the earrings he was wearing were "weak," so he sends a "minion" to pick up new ones for him at Tiffany's. {NY Post}

When fashion turns to florals, designers look to these florists to interpret their own dramatic versions of Eden. {Business of Fashion}

Happy to find a fellow grammar snob in Kate Moss, who admits to being a grammar and spelling perfectionist in her texts. {Telegraph}

The Bangladesh safety pact has finally been signed and sealed! {WWD}

In one of many news items this week that has been overshadowed by the birth of a certain Prince George Alexander Louis, Nicole Richie launched clothing for her line, House of Harlow 1960. {SheFinds}

And in not-Royal-baby Royal news (it exists), the Queen's 1953 coronation dresses are now on display at Buckingham palace. {Telegraph}

But seriously, back to the baby-of-the-moment: Kate Middleton and Prince Wills reveal their baptism plans for l'il Prince George. {US Weekly}

First came Jaws, then Shark Week, Sharknado... and now the sharkini. Well at least the tan lines will make for an interesting conversation starter. {NYLON Blogs}

How much does Selena Gomez's red carpet look cost? She doesn't even want to know. {People}

Forget the credit check! This ladies-only apartment complex in Japan is experimenting with a weight-based rent incentive where rent is reduced to tenants who weigh less. {Medical Daily}

Celebs aren't kidding when they count sleep as a beauty trick. A new study found "poor quality" sleepers to have twice as many fine lines, less even skin tone, and slower recovery time from sunburn. {HuffPo}