Drew Barrymore's '90s Makeup Tutorial, Bar Rafaeli Too Sexy for TV, Dolce & Gabbana Diss Victoria Beckham

And Charlotte Olympia plots her international expansion.
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And Charlotte Olympia plots her international expansion.
Photo: NY Mag

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Drew Barrymore does a beauty tutorial on creating her famous '90s makeup look (but, like, updated). Do not be intimidated by her lipstick recommendation. {The Cut}

Shailene Woodley has evolved into a casual earth goddess on the red carpet, but her latest Zuhair Murad gown adds some much more fashion-y diversity to the mix. {Us Weekly}

Kirsten Dunst is the ultimate flower girl on Harper's Bazaar UK's May issue. {The Fashion Spot}

Here's what Karl Lagerfeld, Alber Elbaz, Roberto Cavalli and... Jude Law? would gift Kim Kardashian and Kanye West for their wedding. {WWD}

Charlotte Olympia, maker of the most charming, whimsical and expensive shoes to grace women's feet today, is gunning to expand internationally. {WWD}

Check out the first images of Pharrell's Uniqlo collaboration, hitting stores April 24. {Harper's Bazaar}

And here's Dakota Fanning's new Uniqlo campaign. She looks very... clean? {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Terry Richardson snapped France's former First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy looking smiley in a serpentine necklace for her second Bulgari campaign. {WWD}

Bar Rafaeli's latest TV spot -- in which she and a muppet, erm, have apparently just had sex -- was deemed too sexy for television in her home country of Israel. {Elle}

Oooh, burn! According to Dolce & Gabbana, Victoria Beckham just isn't a "fashion designer" in the same way John Galliano or Alexander McQueen are/were. BURN. {Telegraph}

New Army regulations for hairstyles have drastically shortened the list of options for women with naturally textured hair. One Sergeant has started a petition to change that. {Refinery29}

For plus-size high school girls, there just aren't enough good prom dresses. {AP}

"I don't even think that's the most interesting part of who I am," blogger Nicolette Mason says of being constantly qualified as plus-size in articles. {Huffington Post}