Marc Jacobs Talks Tats, Phillip Lim Inspires SoulCycle Apparel, and How Electromagnetic Radiation Detects Knockoffs

Marc Jacobs and his multitude of tattoos get profiled in New York Magazine's September issue--he says "Who cares?" if he regrets them later in life. Perhaps the best one of all is Jacobs's super-meta cartoon version of himself, complete with mini-versions of his other actual tattoos... um, just look at it. {The Cut} Rihanna's third collection for River Island is here! Aside from the shiny knee-length basketball shorts and a Where's Waldo jumpsuit (ONLY YOU can wear those, Ri. Please understand.), the crop tops and maxi skirts are pretty great. {Grazia} Calvin Klein's former boy toy Nick Gruber discusses his troubled past with New York Magazine--and it almost makes us look past all those brawls he keeps getting himself into. {The Cut}
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Marc Jacobs and his multitude of tattoos get profiled in New York Magazine's September issue--he says "Who cares?" if he regrets them later in life. Perhaps the best one of all is Jacobs's super-meta cartoon version of himself, complete with mini-versions of his other actual tattoos... um, just look at it. {The Cut} Rihanna's third collection for River Island is here! Aside from the shiny knee-length basketball shorts and a Where's Waldo jumpsuit (ONLY YOU can wear those, Ri. Please understand.), the crop tops and maxi skirts are pretty great. {Grazia} Calvin Klein's former boy toy Nick Gruber discusses his troubled past with New York Magazine--and it almost makes us look past all those brawls he keeps getting himself into. {The Cut}
Photo: Mark Seliger/New York Magazine

Photo: Mark Seliger/New York Magazine

Marc Jacobs and his multitude of tattoos get profiled in New York Magazine's September issue--he says "Who cares?" if he regrets them later in life. Perhaps the best one of all is Jacobs's super-meta cartoon version of himself, complete with mini-versions of his other actual tattoos... um, just look at it. {The Cut}

Calvin Klein's former boy toy Nick Gruber discusses his troubled past with New York Magazine--and it almost makes us look past all those brawls he keeps getting himself into. {The Cut}

The designer for SoulCycle's growing apparel empire was apparently inspired by Phillip Lim for the cult cycling club's "fall collection." {WWD, subscription required}

Rachel Antonoff shares her beauty routine with Into The Gloss and talks about having "less than no idea what we were doing" when she and her old roommate stumbled into fashion design. {Into The Gloss}

Happy Monday: Your cell phone is making you ugly and maybe you're getting something called "text neck." {SHEfinds}

From Forever 21 to Alexander Wang, you'll find an awesome new handbag at your price point in this roundup. Or at the very least, you can tape a pic of your new dream bag to your fridge as inspiration to start saving some money. {Refinery29}

Labor Day will be here before you know it, so make sure you wear every single piece of white clothing you own from now until then. Here's how to do it (and try to avoid marinara sauce, just to be safe). {PopSugar Fashion}

The latest way to spot designer knockoffs? Electromagnetic radiation. This is definite proof that THE FUTURE IS HERE. {HuffPo}

After you check out last night's Teen Choice Awards red carpet, take a look at some of the most, um, interesting outfits from years past. {Us Weekly}

The co-founder of Instagram had a star-studded beach party on Saturday night, attended by Karlie Kloss and Nicky Hilton, among others. Oh, you weren't invited? We're sure the fashion A-listers took some tastefully vintage-filtered pics. {NY Post}

Nicole by OPI is releasing a 14-polish Carrie Underwood collection, including a signature shade created especially for Carrie (but you're allowed to wear it too, if you want). {Fashionista Inbox}

Mark your calendars, New Yorkers: Mayor Bloomberg has officially declared September 4th "Elie Tahari Day" in honor of the designer's 40th anniversary. Read on for the designer's celebration plans--including a new collection of updated looks from 1974, and a raffle. {WWD}