Kanye West Turned Away by Central Saint Martins, Unretouched Aerie Model Accepts Stretch Marks, Tavi Gevinson Might Pursue Acting

Because what's a Tuesday without some Kanye in our fashion news roundup?
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Because what's a Tuesday without some Kanye in our fashion news roundup?
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The director of 12 Years a Slave , Steve McQueen, talks to Kanye West about taking risks, career limits and his fine-art training for Interview magazine's "Men's Issue" cover story. {Interview}

Elsewhere in Kanye news, the rapper showed his second A.P.C. collection over the weekend. Per the usual, he had a lot to say: "I wanted to go to Central Saint Martins, but Louise Goldin said that I was too famous. So I basically had to learn my clothes through Style.com." {GQ}

Model Amber Tolliver, one of the stars of Aerie's retouching-free ad campaign, chats with Elle.com about being airbrushed beyond recognition and coming to peace with her stretch marks. Right. On. {Elle}

Spot the missing body part! Victoria Beckham looks gorgeous on the cover of Vanity Fair Spain, but she seems to have lost an appendage. {Fashion Foie Gras}

Miley Cyrus, who clearly has a great sense of humor, is rocking a new look in the promo photos for her MTV Unplugged special. Topless, whatever. Check out those teeth. {Us Weekly}

Rookie editor/underage visionary Tavi Gevinson, who appeared in Enough Said this fall, wants to pursue acting before going to college. {L.A. Times}

Want Beyoncé's ridiculously shiny gold chrome nails from her new "Drunk in Love" video? The color is called "Gold Lightning," and the heat-activated coat is only available in salons. {She Finds}

HBO's set designer reveals the floor plans to the Girls characters' apartments. As ever, Charlie wins. {Daily Mail}

Model Elly Mayday isn't stepping away from her career after undergoing chemotherapy, flaunting her surgery scars and bald head. Her aim? To help other women battling cancer to feel beautiful, too. {ABC News}