Jennifer Lawrence Got Drunk with Vogue, Anna Dello Russo Jogs in Dolce & Gabbana, and Can Adults Still Wear Lip Gloss?

Have the September Issues Left You Less Than Satisfied? Why not start your own fashion magazine? A few have had successful campaigns on crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter--but there are some things you need to know before you get right down to it. Is Lip Gloss Still Poppin'? Shiny, glossy lips are totally acceptable (one might argue required) for teenagers, but are adults still allowed in on the goopy Bonne Bell fun? We explore. The Wedding Industry Says "I Do" to the Gay Market: Since the Defense of Marriage Act was repealed and same-sex couples can finally get married, the wedding industry sees the rise of a new market for wedding wear--like bridal tuxedos. Is Lip Gloss Still Poppin'? Shiny, glossy lips are totally acceptable (one might argue required) for teenagers, but are adults still allowed in on the goopy Bonne Bell fun? We explore. The Wedding Industry Says "I Do" to the Gay Market: Since the Defense of Marriage Act was repealed and same-sex couples can finally get married, the wedding industry sees the rise of a new market for wedding wear--like bridal tuxedos.
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Have the September Issues Left You Less Than Satisfied? Why not start your own fashion magazine? A few have had successful campaigns on crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter--but there are some things you need to know before you get right down to it. Is Lip Gloss Still Poppin'? Shiny, glossy lips are totally acceptable (one might argue required) for teenagers, but are adults still allowed in on the goopy Bonne Bell fun? We explore. The Wedding Industry Says "I Do" to the Gay Market: Since the Defense of Marriage Act was repealed and same-sex couples can finally get married, the wedding industry sees the rise of a new market for wedding wear--like bridal tuxedos. Is Lip Gloss Still Poppin'? Shiny, glossy lips are totally acceptable (one might argue required) for teenagers, but are adults still allowed in on the goopy Bonne Bell fun? We explore. The Wedding Industry Says "I Do" to the Gay Market: Since the Defense of Marriage Act was repealed and same-sex couples can finally get married, the wedding industry sees the rise of a new market for wedding wear--like bridal tuxedos.
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Have the September Issues Left You Less Than Satisfied? Why not start your own fashion magazine? A few have had successful campaigns on crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter--but there are some things you need to know before you get right down to it.

Is Lip Gloss Still Poppin'? Shiny, glossy lips are totally acceptable (one might argue required) for teenagers, but are adults still allowed in on the goopy Bonne Bell fun? We explore.

The Wedding Industry Says "I Do" to the Gay Market: Since the Defense of Marriage Act was repealed and same-sex couples can finally get married, the wedding industry sees the rise of a new market for wedding wear--like bridal tuxedos.

Back to School Style for Your Inner Schoolchild: So you still dream about finding the perfect first day of school outfit...even if you ran out of first days of school years ago? You're not alone. We present a fantasy back-to-school shopping guide to smarten up your closet this fall.

You, Too, Can Look Like Alexa Chung: With the right liquid eyeliner, and some deft swooping skills, of course. Here's our roundup of the best liquid liners around so you can ensure you have the best tools in your arsenal.

The Scoop on Phillip Lim for Target, from the Man Himself: We talked to the designer about creating his Target collection and his favorite back-to-school outfits from his childhood.

Jennifer Lawrence Continues Reign as Coolest Person Alive: The actress, who received one of fashion's highest honors as Vogue's September cover star, got drunk with her interviewer and regaled us lowly readers with stories of: the time she got her hair cut on a cruise, the time she was denied a dance with Jennifer Lopez, and being the weird hyper girl in gym class.

Queen Bey Trumps the First Lady (in Magazine Sales): That's right, Beyonce's Vogue cover outsold Michelle Obama's. However, both of those powerful women are at a disadvantage against their competition, simply because they're both...well, alive. Find out about the newsstand-moving power of dead celebrities and other best (and worst) mag sellers here.

From YouTube to YOU: Beauty vlogger extraordinaire Michelle Phan launched her own cosmetics line called "em," a term of endearment that means "you" in Vietnamese, inspired by her viewers.

Gisele Takes H&M Campaign Preview into Her Own Hands: Following in the footsteps of bigwigs like Oscar de la Renta, Gisele Bundchen took to Instagram to give a sneak peak of her fall campaign with H&M. The oft-lingerie-clad model wears a faux sheepskin coat and looks predictably perfect.

Fashion Editors: They're Not At All Like Us: Outlandish dresser Anna Dello Russo put the "run" in "runway" when she went out for a jog with Giovanna Battaglia--wearing Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2013.

Breaking Down the September Issues: With September fashion mags clocking in at multi-hundreds of pages each, you might have a tough time toting one around all day, let alone the lot of 'em. We've prepared a guide for each of the major issues so you can pick and choose which ones are worth breaking your back over.

Will We Ever Stop Talking About Street Style's Future? Garance Doré and Scott Schuman prefer to call it "fashion-week style" as the raw "street" element is dwindling away. And another street style challenger to consider? The selfie.