'50 Shades of Grey' Trailer Features Awkward Cardigans and Blindfolds, Camille Rowe Teaches Us French, First Look at the Pirelli Calendar

Plus, a look back at "Clueless" fashion with Stacey Dash.
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Plus, a look back at "Clueless" fashion with Stacey Dash.

For the latest in i-D's brilliant "Model Mother Tongue" series, Camille Rowe gives us a lesson in French (how do you say, "No, I can't today. I'm sick!") while drinking wine in bed, talking with her mouth full, dancing around in her underwear and smashing plates on the floor. Also looking stupid gorgeous. {YouTube}

In case you haven't been on the Internet all morning, the "50 Shades of Grey" trailer is here! We know. Try not to freak out too much. Not only does the movie border on being too hot (or maybe too awkward) to handle, we're pretty sure that it's going to be ripe for fashion analysis. So far Anastasia Steele's style trajectory seems pretty similar to that of Anne Hathaway's character in "The Devil Wears Prada" — wide-eyed girl wears button-ups that fit awkwardly under cardigan, black tights, frumpy skirt; finds dark side, starts dressing really well — but also, like, way kinkier. {YouTube}

Speaking of fetish fashion, the 2015 Pirelli Calendar is shaping up to be a similarly sexy affair. (It is styled by Carine Roitfeld, after all.) The calendar itself comes out in November, but a few behind-the-scenes photos have been released, including Joan Smalls in a red, rubbery suit jacket, Candice Huffine rocking some amazingly large '60s hair and Adriana Lima looking, well, super bondage-y. {Grazia}

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Of course, "50 Shades" has nothing on "Clueless" as far as iconic on-screen fashion goes. Stacey Dash (a.k.a. Cher's BFF, Dionne) talks developing her character's style in everyone's favorite Jane Austen update. {Elle}

Women make up roughly 15 percent of the developer workforce in Startupland. Meet three of the female tech leads at the e-commerce backend service Shopify. {Fast Company}

Kara Dudley, a 22-year-old New Yorker and apparent ham, explains how she happened to photobomb Karlie Kloss in what is easily the most hilarious paparazzi shot of the week. {Daily Dot}

Anna Wintour isn't the only one who can throw her weight behind a New York museum. Dior is sponsoring the Guggenheim's International Gala Pre-Party. {Fashionista inbox}

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