Mia Wasikowska Dazzles on Vogue Australia Cover, Brad Goreski's Oscar Dress Picks, How to Do Rihanna's Bad Girl Look

And definitive proof that pizza works as a street style accessory, courtesy of Tommy Ton.
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And definitive proof that pizza works as a street style accessory, courtesy of Tommy Ton.
Emma Summerton / Vogue Australia

Emma Summerton / Vogue Australia

Mia Wasikowska's March Vogue Australia cover is textured, arty and offbeat in the best way possible. {Fashnberry}

Michelle Phan transforms herself into a very BadGalRiri Rihanna for Vogue.com. This is one tutorial that's actually worth trying out. {Vogue.com}

Well done, London! Buyers were all over the colors and young designers that showed during London Fashion Week. {WWD}

"Never underestimate the importance of your girdle," and other bad advice for young ladies from the archives of Seventeen. {Into the Gloss}

We all love to speculate what stars will be wearing on the red carpet during awards season. Here are Brad Goreski's personal picks for Lupita Nyong'o and Cate Blanchett. {People}

You, too, can foil retailers' plot to corrupt today's youth, all for the low, low price of $567. That's how much one Utah mother spent buying up the entire inventory of "indecent" T-shirts at PacSun. {Jezebel}

Evidence that a slice of pizza can be the best street style accessory during Fashion Week. Praise be. {GQ}

T-minus nine days, people. The countdown to the release of Sarah Jessica Parker's shoe line begins now. {FabSugar}

Max Mara will be honoring Rose Byrne with the 2014 Women in Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award, which is, apparently, a thing. {WWD}

The Pretty Reckless is releasing a new album, Going to Hell, and Taylor Momsen is still not wearing pants. {Nylon}

Miley Cyrus and Jared Leto are allegedly hooking up. That's all. Do with it what you will. {Us Weekly}

Jack Wills has hired a new creative director: Richard Nicoll. It's only a part-time gig, though, so Nicoll's fans won't go without the designer's eponymous line. {Telegraph}

The sweet smell of vindication: Victoria's Secret and Bath and Body Works are both suing for copyright infringement on their beauty packaging. {WWD}