North West's Highly Advanced Style, Dior's Super Chill Fall Campaign, Gwen Stefani Heads Back To NYFW

And Tim Gunn asks, "Turn down for what?"
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And Tim Gunn asks, "Turn down for what?"
This lady is coming back to NYFW. Photo: Kevin Winter/GettyImages

This lady is coming back to NYFW. Photo: Kevin Winter/GettyImages

North West may only be a year old, but according to Kim Kardashian, she has already developed very sophisticated color preferences, including "greys, creams, oatmeal colors and black." North also likes to "keep it pretty simple," but sometimes she'll add in a pop of color, like with her Air Yeezys. As for her own post-natal style, Kim says that she is in hot pursuit of MILF status — and don't for a second think that flats or other practical wardrobe choices are going to happen any time soon. {Lucky}

Get excited, L.A.M.B lovers: Gwen Stefani is returning to New York Fashion Week! According to the singer, her absence owes to the fact that the September shows coincide with her son going back to school, and that she'd rather not miss her kid's big day. (Mom of the year right there.) {Elle}

Julia Nobis, Helena Severin, Kasia Jujeczka and Fei Fei Sun sit around like bored cool girls and make flat hair look really good in Dior's fall campaign. (For the record, we would very much like to join them.) The fashion house is also pouring money into streaming the video advertisements in airports in China, France, Italy, the US and the UK, meaning it's caught on to the fact that luxury shoppers love them some duty-free. {WWD

Further reading:

Among the items in Nicki Minaj's handbag: Assorted jewelry, keys, her new fragrance, turkey pepperoni. {Huffington Post}

What does Karlie Kloss's ideal day at the office look like? Modeling while getting a freebie workout on the set of a Nike shoot. {The Cut}

Eurovision winner and bearded breakout star Conchita Wurst took a turn on Jean Paul Gaultier's haute couture runway. Kind of a match made in heaven, no? {Telegraph}

Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Joanna Coles is reportedly in talks with a number of production companies to do a reality show, although some sources think she has her eyes set on a more behind-the-scenes role in television. Intrigue. {Page Six}

Meanwhile, Elle.com's Amina Akhtar is moving over to TheFashionSpot as editorial director. {AdWeek}

Here is Adidas's new wrist-worn fitness band. Which existing activity tracker do you think it most closely resembles? {WWD}

Whitest living man Tim Gunn asks, "Turn down for what?" in the clubby/absurd new advertisement for "Project Runway." {Gawker}