Change Is Coming to the Times, Terry Richardson Shoots Lupita Nyong'o, Lara Stone Opens Up About Alcohol Abuse

With the recent departures of Cathy Horyn and Suzy Menkes, the New York Times is planning some new hires.
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With the recent departures of Cathy Horyn and Suzy Menkes, the New York Times is planning some new hires.
Photo: Daniel Jackson / Harper’s BAZAAR

Photo: Daniel Jackson / Harper’s BAZAAR

Harper's Bazaar April cover girl Lara Stone opens up to the magazine about her family life and her struggle with alcoholism, for which she entered rehab in 2009. {Harper's Bazaar}

New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson says we can expect some "exciting announcements" about new hires the Times Styles section coming this week, following Cathy Horyn and Suzy Menkes' departures. {WWD}

Analysts are predicting a turnaround for Urban Outfitters, who recently posted declining sales, but it's unclear when that will happen. {Business of Fashion}

Is posing in Terry Richardson's glasses confirmation that you've made it to the big leagues? If so, Lupita Nyong'o has arrived. {Terry's Diary}

Oh, dear. Subway has crafted some dresses made entirely of Subway sandwich packaging at SXSW. {Huffington Post}

Here's what happened when one writer tested out oil pulling, or swishing oil around in your mouth to allegedly rid yourself of toxins. (Spoiler: Not much.) {SHEfinds}

Finally, the sneaker bedazzling DIY tutorial we've been waiting for since Chanel's couture show. Get to it, crafters. {FabSugar}

Crotchshopping (n.): The act of photoshopping a model and accidentally taking out a chunk of her nether regions. Example: Target got called out for crotchshopping one of its models today. {Jezebel}

Sandals crafted to look like fingerless gloves? In Karl Lagerfeld's world, it's a great idea. {Instagram}

L.A.-based label Wren convinced total strangers to kiss on camera in this charming, awkward and totally wonderful video. Trust us, it'll make your day. {YouTube}

Instagram filters and softening camera effects have always been a girl's best friend for their ability to blur out pesky imperfections, at least on camera. Now, there's makeup that does that real life. Dream come true! {Refinery29}

Shortly after stepping down from her fashion line, Katie Holmes is back on the small screen, this time in a "high society drama." {Us Magazine}