Carine Roitfeld Says No to Trends, Jennifer Aniston's Hairstylist Explains Her New Bob, and Lady Gaga to Sing in Space

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Carine Roitfeld strongly suggests to steer clear of trends when finding your fashion personality. Why? Because "it's important to see trends for what they are: a game." {Telegraph UK}

Jennifer Aniston's famous dirty blonde locks just got six inches shorter -- her hairstylist explains the actress's decision to chop it all off. {Elle}

Itching to wear that flower crown that's been collecting dust in your closet since Coachella? The daughter of NYC's newly elected mayor, Chiara de Blasio, just made wearing them in public kinda cool. {Refinery29}

If a "shoulder party" doesn't yet exist, Jessica Biel just made it a thing last night, accessorizing her Chanel frock with some drool-worthy shoulder and neck bling. We dig. {PopSugar Fashion}

The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Christie Brinkley and daughter, Sailor Brinkley-Cook, were both just signed with IMG Models for exclusive global representation. Talk about some quality mother-daughter time. {WWD}

Supermodel-philanthropist Natalia Vodianova is expecting her first child with Antoine Arnault. "I hope he or she gets mummy's looks (and beautiful heart) and daddy's sense of humour!!!" says Arnault, revealing the big news over Facebook. "Pleaaaaase not the other way around!" Nice. {Vogue UK}

The game of flipping (houses, merchandise, you-name-it) is nothing new. But it turns out that flipping one of the most exclusive labels out there, Supreme, generated more than seven figures a year for one seller. Now, that's a lot of zeroes. {The New Yorker}

There are some beauty products every gal needs to know about -- like this skin rejuvenating pillowcase that is proven to reduce wrinkles. Yes please. {SheFinds}

Lady Gaga gets out of this world, literally, with her music come 2015. The pop star is set to be the first artist to sing in space for Zero G Colony high-tech musical festival in New Mexico. Think her fake yellow teeth will bode well in zero gravity? {US Weekly}