Lupita Nyong'o Reveals Her Hairstyling Skills, Net-a-Sporter to Launch Next Week, Kendall Jenner Plays Guest Editor

Plus, teens crash the front row at Saint Laurent, just as God and Hedi Slimane intended.
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Plus, teens crash the front row at Saint Laurent, just as God and Hedi Slimane intended.

Lupita Nyong'o isn't just an Academy Award-winning actress -- she's also an expert hairstylist. The Vogue cover star talks about her attempted "side hustle" as a hair braider, a skill she learned in college after being "morbidly disappointed" by a hairstylist in New York. The passionate way she talks about hair and braiding is really beautiful -- just when we thought we couldn't love her any more. {Vogue}

Net-a-Porter is jumping on the athletic wear bandwagon with a new category called -- wait for it! -- Net-a-Sporter. The site, which will be unveiled July 9, will carry 37 brands across 11 different categories, including tennis, golf, running, yoga, dance, swim and surf. No word if one of those brands is Dolce & Gabbana, the preferred running gear of Anna Dello Russo... {The Telegraph}

Kendall Jenner continues to take things over, but this time she's sharing duties with sister Kylie. The reality star duo are guest editing over at the StyleList, and they're sharing everything from their off-duty style must-haves to their beauty essentials. {StyleList}

Further reading:

This cool new shopping bag by Swedish fashion label Uniforms for the Dedicated has a reversible function that encourages shoppers to donate unwanted clothing. {PSFK

If you've ever contemplated laser hair removal but balked at the cost, this article may convince you that the price is worth it in the long run. {HuffPo}

A bunch of super cool teens (maybe) crashed the front row at this weekend's Saint Laurent show in a move that we're sure totally wasn't planned by Hedi Slimane. {WWD}

Porter's EIC Lucy Yeoman argues that her glossy is the furthest thing from a catalog and talks buying cowboy hats for Lara Stone. {The Cut}

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