Miranda Kerr and Son Star In Cutest Editorial Ever, David Beckham's Belstaff Collab Is Nearly Here, The Changing Face of Beauty

And Nic Cage wore a shirt with his face on it.
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And Nic Cage wore a shirt with his face on it.
We can't with this. Photo: 'Vogue' Australia

We can't with this. Photo: 'Vogue' Australia

Miranda Kerr may be the one on the cover of Vogue Australia's July issue, but the feature spread is all about her son, Flynn. The two appear together in a series of black-and-white photos, and the results are SO DAMN CUTE. Go see for yourself. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Just in time for the World Cup's kickoff, David Beckham's collection for Belstaff will be launching on Tuesday. The footballer turned general fashion fixture has designed a range of 10 motorcycle-inspired pieces. It's no Armani underwear ad, but we expect big things of Victoria Beckham's husband. {WWD}

New research suggests that the face of the American consumer is going to look very different in the coming years, with white children being in the minority and 50 percent of the hispanic population coming from mixed ancestry. What does this mean for beauty companies? Well, they're going to have to learn to keep up, from both a product and a marketing standpoint. {Fast Company}

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So, Nicolas Cage wore a Nicolas Cage t-shirt to a Guns n' Roses concert. Also a cowboy hat, a blazer and a variety of very nice necklaces. {Instagram via The Cut}

Keira Knightley famously re-wore an old Chanel dress for her wedding last summer, but it turns out she had a secret second wedding... with a much more expensive couture gown. {Elle UK via Telegraph}

Sycamore Partners, the new owner of Jones Group, has also snatched up Coldwater Creek's assets. {WWD}

Fashion emergency hack: How to fix a broken flip flop... with a loaf of bread. What? {PopSugar Fashion}