L'Wren Scott Leaves All to Mick Jagger, Mindy Kaling Gets Funny for Vogue, Lauren Conrad's Unibrow

And apparently Vogue wasn't the only glossy trying to snag Kim Kardashian and Kanye West for its cover.
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And apparently Vogue wasn't the only glossy trying to snag Kim Kardashian and Kanye West for its cover.

L'Wren Scott has left her entire, $9 million estate to Mick Jagger. {PageSix}

Mindy Kaling tries on clothes ("It's totally chic, like I've never had a sexual thought in my life") and sniffs jewelry ("It just smells expensive") in this truly excellent Vogue video. {Vogue.com}

But, seriously, Kaling is a total clothes horse, in the best way. Let's take a walk through her best looks, shall we? {FabSugar}

More photos from Marion Cotillard's latest Lady Dior campaign have come out. The French star manages to look very elegant, even on a trampoline. {Design Scene}

Emma Watson usually nails red carpet looks, but the star has been seeeriously stepping up her game on the "Noah" press junket this week. {Huffington Post}

Felicity Jones on getting cast by Lena Dunham for her "Girls" appearance: "I'd do anything for that woman!" {Nylon}

Vogue may have come under attack for putting Kim Kardashian and Kanye West on its cover, but it seems the glossy wasn't the only one who wanted to make cover stars of the pair. {WWD}

Katie Holmes dropped over $1,000 on Suri Cruise on a recent trip to Bergdorf's. This is how the best-dressed child in America happens, people. {Life & Style}

Much like sneakers and sweatpants, mesh pinnie-inspired tops are all over the place. Here are the best ones to shop now. {SHEfinds}

While most New Yorkers are still bundled up in parkas more appropriate for the arctic tundra than the city in "springtime," some people are getting optimistic with their dressing. Miranda Kerr, for instance. {Huffington Post}

In what is perhaps the least ladylike thing Lauren Conrad has done in recent years, the lifestyle author Instagrammed herself rocking a unibrow. {Us Weekly}

If you're a fan of French skincare products, look alive: The (very) old school brand L’Officine Universelle Buly is experiencing a revival. {Business of Fashion}

Estimates from PVH Corp. say that the turnaround on the flagging Calvin Klein Jeans business will be well underway by the second half of the year. {WWD}

Ambiguous career woman Sienna Miller covers Nylon's 15th anniversary issue, looking very youthful indeed. {Daily Mail}

All men in North Korea's university system are now required to get Kim Jong-un's haircut. The ladies, apparently, are still allowed to choose their own (from a list of state-sanctioned cuts). {BBC}

Adidas Originals stores are now outfitted with Wi-Fi and outlets in a lounge area, in an effort to draw in those phone-totin' youths. {Reuters}

Attention all aspiring style bloggers! Lucky has posted the lineup for its April West Coast Lucky FABB conference, and it is goo-ood. {WWD}