Lily Collins Is the New Face of Lancôme, Jen Kao Shutters Her Label, and Rihanna's Curls Cover Glamour

Lancôme has announced Audrey Hepburn doppelganger Lily Collins as its latest face, joining fellow Brits Emma Watson and Kate Winslet as a brand ambassador for the French cosmetics house. {Telegraph} New York-based designer Jen Kao is closing her six-year-old namesake label due to health issues. Her standout leather pieces, trademark cut-outs, and downtown bad-girl style will truly be missed. {WWD} Jerome Dreyfuss, Isabel Marant's handbag designer husband, told H&M that he wasn't interested in designing the bags for his wife's much obsessed over upcoming collection with the retail mega-giant. Turns out he likes to keep business and pleasure separate--smart man! {Vogue UK}
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Lancôme has announced Audrey Hepburn doppelganger Lily Collins as its latest face, joining fellow Brits Emma Watson and Kate Winslet as a brand ambassador for the French cosmetics house. {Telegraph} New York-based designer Jen Kao is closing her six-year-old namesake label due to health issues. Her standout leather pieces, trademark cut-outs, and downtown bad-girl style will truly be missed. {WWD} Jerome Dreyfuss, Isabel Marant's handbag designer husband, told H&M that he wasn't interested in designing the bags for his wife's much obsessed over upcoming collection with the retail mega-giant. Turns out he likes to keep business and pleasure separate--smart man! {Vogue UK}
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Lancôme has announced Audrey Hepburn doppelganger Lily Collins as its latest face, joining fellow Brits Emma Watson and Kate Winslet as a brand ambassador for the French cosmetics house. {Telegraph}

New York-based designer Jen Kao is closing her six-year-old namesake label due to health issues. Her standout leather pieces, trademark cut-outs, and downtown bad-girl style will truly be missed. {WWD}

Jerome Dreyfuss, Isabel Marant's handbag designer husband, told H&M that he wasn't interested in designing the bags for his wife's much obsessed over upcoming collection with the retail mega-giant. Turns out he likes to keep business and pleasure separate--smart man! {Vogue UK}

According to brand management firm Interbrand, Louis Vuitton is the most valuable fashion brand in the world. Maybe Marc Jacobs should reconsider his next career move... {Interbrand via Business Insider}

Jamberry Nails championed the nail-art biz pre-Zooey Deschanel, when it was still a niche market. Here's how these stay-at-home moms turned their hobby into a multi-million dollar brand. {The Cut}

Jane Birkin made a major fashion statement in the '60s with a baby on her arm and a wicker basket in hand. Pick up the original Birkin Bag at your local craft store, et voila! Instant French style. {HuffPo}

Gahhh Angelina Jolie is wearing a new ring... what does it mean?!! {US Weekly}

Rihanna shows off some seriously chic, pre-mullet Jheri curls on the cover of Glamour's November issue. {MTV Style}

Charlotte Olympia has deleted her Instagram photo of the Philippines former First Lady, Imelda Marcos, holding a pair of Olympia's Cat Face Ballet Flats. We're guessing she realized an endorsement from the woman who collected over 2,000 shoes while her husband bankrupted their country was probably a bad marketing move. {The Cut}

One of Rick Owens steppers talks about the designer's vision for his Spring 2014 show, their rehearsal process, and the nasty comments they received about their fierce facial expressions. {PopSugar}

Hannah Bronfman, the DJ-socialite, heiress, and founder of the salon booking app Beautified was overheard shopping a show about a "twentysomething fashion-forward but down-to-earth It girl" to Hollywood executives. Sounds a little familiar to us... {Page Six}

Two fashion bloggers spoof Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake's "#Hashtag" video for Nine West. {YouTube}