Carine Roitfeld Gets a Movie Poster, Cara Delevingne's Brows Kill Tweezer Sales, and Baby Prince George Is Really Attractive

The poster for Carine Roitfeld's documentary Mademoiselle C is here, and her fantastic behind takes center stage. Watch out Pippa, there's a new tush in town! {The Cut} Cara Delevingne is apparently to blame for the decline of an entire product market, just for having eyebrows. But seriously--tweezer sales are down, and Google searches for Cara's name and "fuller brows" are way up. You do the math. {Daily Mail} Amanda Seyfried mixes grunge and punk for the September issue of Glamour Paris. {Fashion Gone Rogue}
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The poster for Carine Roitfeld's documentary Mademoiselle C is here, and her fantastic behind takes center stage. Watch out Pippa, there's a new tush in town! {The Cut} Cara Delevingne is apparently to blame for the decline of an entire product market, just for having eyebrows. But seriously--tweezer sales are down, and Google searches for Cara's name and "fuller brows" are way up. You do the math. {Daily Mail} Amanda Seyfried mixes grunge and punk for the September issue of Glamour Paris. {Fashion Gone Rogue}
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The poster for Carine Roitfeld's documentary Mademoiselle C is here, and her fantastic behind takes center stage. Watch out Pippa, there's a new tush in town! {The Cut}

Cara Delevingne is apparently to blame for the decline of an entire product market, just for having eyebrows. But seriously--tweezer sales are down, and Google searches for Cara's name and "fuller brows" are way up. You do the math. {Daily Mail}

Amanda Seyfried mixes grunge and punk for the September issue of Glamour Paris. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Sure, Serena Van Der Woodsen had her moments, but she could never match Marissa Cooper's down-to-earth rich girl style on The OC. See why Lucky dubbed Ms. Cooper "TV's Most Stylish Character Ever." {Lucky}

Those designer-imagined Disney Princess gowns from Harrods are going up for auction. {Telegraph}

A not-so-modest Prince William adopted Derek Zoolander's vocabulary to describe Prince George, saying his three-week-old son is "very good looking." {Us Weekly}

Rihanna wore a $32 t-shirt, which is probably the amount of money she makes every four seconds just by existing. Here's where you can buy it to pretend you guys have the same closet. {Nylon Blogs}

Agent Provocateur is suing brand new swimwear company Kimberly London for ripping off one of its suits. We have to admit, they do look very alike... {Telegraph}

For a fun Wednesday activity, check out these shots from the Girls season three set and use the characters' outfits as plot cues. Examples: Why do Hannah's clothes seem to actually fit? Does Marnie's beanie mean she's trying out another new persona? {Vulture}

In a move that's exactly opposite of sending flat-stomached Victoria's Secret Angels down the runway weeks after giving birth, maternity underwear line You! Lingerie used pregnant models on the catwalk during Lingerie Fashion Week. {HuffPo}

We love a good fashion film, especially if it involves Woolmark Prize winner Joseph Altuzarra. Mytheresa.com is launching Altuzarra's Fall Winter 2013 Collection Film by Simon Cave, which will focus on "structured silhouettes and the contrast of textures." Check it out on Mytheresa now! {Fashionista Inbox}

Eternally dreamy Jordan Catalano Jared Leto is the new face of Hugo Boss's Red fragrance. Um--how is he 41? And how do we get him to marry us? {Refinery29}

If you're one of the few members of society who's finished with school but still dreams of going back every September, these school-themed accessories will help you cope. For starters... there's an actual "pencil" skirt. {SHEfinds}

J.Crew has some pretty wild plans for its new London store--including a display called "Blossom Explosion" that will look like a tree is growing on the building. Blimey! {WWD, subscription required}