Taylor Swift's Met Ball After-Party, Anya Hindmarch Capitalizes on ElevatorGate, Michael Kors Named 'Most Promising'

And Vera Wang sounds off on Kim Kardashian's wedding dress.
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And Vera Wang sounds off on Kim Kardashian's wedding dress.
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Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss had a very tame Met Ball after-party, playing pool in their ball gowns and eating pizza. Just like high school! {Page Six}

Meanwhile, Karlie is absolutely glowing in what might be the prettiest makeup look for summer. No exaggeration. {Refinery29}

After three years as Executive Editor of the New York Times, Jill Abramson is leaving the paper to be replaced by Dean Baquet. {New York Times}

As Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's nuptials loom ever closer, Vera Wang has some thoughts on what the bride-to-be should wear on her big day. {Us Weekly}

Anya Hindmarch seized upon the whole Solange-Jay-Z elevator fight as a pretty genius marketing opportunity. Well played, Hindmarch. {Huffington Post}

Nicole Kidman's Grace Kelly biopic premieres at the Cannes Film Festival today. Peep the super-stylish stills now. {FabSugar}

Male students in France will be wearing skirts to school this Friday to fight sexism. We like. {NY Mag}

Ready to go back to school? Parsons Paris is adding a master's program to its course offerings this fall. {WWD}

Timo Weiland's latest lookbook is here, and it's for cool city kids only. {Nylon}

Building an international retail empire? Here are Christian Louboutin's pro tips for expanding into emerging markets. {Luxury Daily

Michael Kors has been ranked the "Most Promising" luxury company. Makes sense to us. {Luxury Daily}

If the rumors are true, Nicolas Ghesquière will be making a pretty big statement with his first ad campaign for Louis Vuitton, tapping three major photographers for the job including Annie Leibovitz. {WWD

Chris Martin denies that he and Alexa Chung are romantically involved. Just so you know. {Telegraph}