Prince George Covers 'Vanity Fair,' Rita Ora Channels Marilyn for Roberto Cavalli, Marimekko Goes Mainstream

And Cate Blanchett wore Crocs.
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And Cate Blanchett wore Crocs.
So stylish. Photo: Vanity Fair

So stylish. Photo: Vanity Fair

Well, it was only a matter of time. Prince George has gotten his first Vanity Fair cover, with the accompanying story detailing how the baby became a "media star, a style icon, and a P.R. triumph." Unfortunately, the "World's Most Eligible Infant" was not available for interview, so VF had to rely on "palace insiders" for the scoop. (We'll note that his mum also looks pretty great on the magazine's cover.) {Vanity Fair}

Rita Ora has been steadily climbing up the fashion ranks these past few seasons, and now she has landed a Roberto Cavalli fall campaign. The singer channels a modern day Marilyn Monroe with big peroxide curls, soft makeup, a killer beaded dress and a fur stole. It's quite a departure from the cheeky Jeremy Scott looks we're used to seeing her in, but sometimes change can be a very good thing. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Cheery Finnish brand Marimekko has high hopes for its new creative director, who takes over the reins this month. Despite maintaining a cult status over the years, it hasn't quite been able to break back into the mainstream, even after collaborations with Banana Republic and Crate & Barrel. {Fast Company}

Further reading:

We love Cate Blanchett's red carpet style to death, but when it comes to vacation attire, she seems to have more in common with our dads than we could have ever imagined. {Telegraph}

BaubleBar has teamed up with Frends on some blinged-out headphones. We want. {Nylon}

A frosty-lipped Jennifer Lawrence lovingly attacked Emma Watson's face at the Dior couture show in Paris. So sweet. {The Cut}

Vogue's Tonne Goodman shed her signature long locks for a dramatic chop on the latest cover of Industrie, shot by Inez and Vinoodh. We are ASSUMING it is a wig. {Fashion Copious

Let Victoria Beckham be your spirit guide to colorblocking... because it turns out she's really, really good at it. {Refinery29}