Tom Ford Casts It-Models in Fall Campaign, Kristen Stewart Does Drag for Jenny Lewis, LivingSocial Poaches from eBay

And Kristen Wiig looks super cool on the latest cover of 'Elle'.
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And Kristen Wiig looks super cool on the latest cover of 'Elle'.
Not bad, Ford. Photo: Johnny Dufort/Tom Ford

Not bad, Ford. Photo: Johnny Dufort/Tom Ford

Tom Ford has dropped his fall campaign, and it's a team effort in the best way. The Johnny Dufort-lensed campaign features Fashionista office favorite Gigi Hadid, along with Marc Jacobs favorite Natalie Westling, Ashleigh Good (better known as Chanel Couture's pregnant bride) and Patrick Schwarzenegger (better known as the son of Arnold). Pretty fabulous across the board, if you ask us. {Fashionista Inbox}

LivingSocial has hired a new CEO to replace its co-founder Tim O'Shaughnessy: Gautam Thaker, who was previously eBay's general manager of advertising and the CEO of Shopping.com, one of eBay's properties. We'll be watching to see if Thaker manages to breathe new life into the company. {Recode}

Kristen Stewart, Anne Hathaway and Brie Larson dress in moustaches and men's Adidas tracksuits for Jenny Lewis's latest video, and it is perfect. Also, can we just say that K-Stew makes a really cute dude? Karl Lagerfeld should consider this skill set when dreaming up the next Chanel campaign. {Nylon}

Further reading:

Kristen Wiig covers Elle's August issue, looking casually cool in a leather jacket and jeans. {Elle}

Meanwhile, Ellen DeGeneres makes an appearance on the August cover of Vogue Paris (in name, not image). Does this mean French women are going to bandwaggon the comedian's forthcoming lifestyle brand? {Fashion Copious}

In need of an RSS feed refresh? Here are 10 French fashion bloggers you should bookmark, STAT. {FabSugar}

Women across the Internet are taking a stand against non-essential body hair grooming, dubbing themselves part of the Hairy Legs Club movement. Would you go without shaving/waxing in the name of feminism? {Daily Mail}

We love Céline. We cannot afford Céline. Here are eight outfits that look like Céline but cost significantly less. {The Cut}