Miley Cyrus Gets Naked For Vogue Germany and W, Karlie Kloss Gives Walking Lessons, Miniskirts Banned in Uganda

Looks like all those Pilates classes paid off for Miss Cyrus (NSFW).
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Looks like all those Pilates classes paid off for Miss Cyrus (NSFW).
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Channeling Marilyn Monroe and Madonna, Miley Cyrus is baring it all on the upcoming covers of Vogue Germany and W. Definitely NSFW. {Oh No They Didnt! via Twitter, Cyrus' Instagram}

Taking a strict stance on anti-pornography legislation, Uganda has now passed a law banning miniskirts. {BBC}

If you thought you were over platforms, think again. Orla Kiely has teamed up with Clarks on a capsule collection, and they're retro in all the right ways. {Grazia}

Looks like Saint Laurent might be getting a change of scenery for its upcoming fashion show. {WWD}

Don't expect to see Cate Blanchett out and about this week. The actress has cancelled her upcoming TV appearances to grieve for Philip Seymour Hoffman. {Us Weekly}

So, it turns out your favorite cashmere sweater might be made of... rat fur? That's fun. {Huffington Post}

For those who like concocting beauty treatments using kitchen ingredients, peanut oil apparently does not make for great leave-in conditioner. "Modern Family" actress Julie Bowen made that mistake once. {Refinery29}

The '90s-style mom jean is the ultimate in so-uncool-it's-cool styling. Here's how to pull it off. {Nylon}

Remember when Mindy Kaling's Elle cover got readers in a tizzy because it was so closely cropped and in black and white? Well, the magazine has rounded up all of its previous cover stars who got the same treatment, as if to say, "See? It wasn't personal." {Elle}

British Sky Broadcasting Group CEO Jeremy Darroch has joined the Burberry board as a non-executive director, bringing with him a whole lot of media expertise. {WWD} Apparently eBay has noted a 30 percent decline in the popularity of above-the-knee dresses, following the Queen's decree that Kate Middleton lower her hemlines. Now that is what we call power and influence. {Fashionista Inbox}

Karlie Kloss gives the Cosmo team a primer on mastering her famous runway walk. Although we suspect having a few yards worth of leg has something to do with it. {Cosmopolitan}