Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn Get Inked, Christian Louboutin's New Nail Polish, Minimalism May Have Run Its Course

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Besties: A while back, Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn got matching double D's tattooed on them to commemorate their friendship. And because they know we care, they captured the whole process on camera in this (very, very charming) video. 

Second Act: Christian Louboutin made a $50 nail polish in a very... dangerous looking bottle. But is it worth the money?

Airbrushed: Photoshopping doesn't end on the magazine stand — the practice is becoming pretty common among Instagrammers, too. We tested out some of the top selfie-enhancing apps to see how well they actually work. 

Cover Girl: Cara Delevingne's Vogue UK cover is obviously gorgeous. But we get the sense that we've seen images from this same shoot elsewhere before.

Festival Overload: Kendall and Kylie Jenner's Coachella-inspired campaign video for their PacSun collection is too much to handle. Here are the most baffling (/our favorite) moments from the ad.

Repeat Offender: We love Kate Middleton's style, but she could consider retiring — or at least updating — her favorite casual outfit. 

Date Night: Fashionista's Tyler McCall's style has changed since she re-entered the wide, wide world of dating in New York. And guess what? Dressing for the dudes has actually made her style better.

Maxed Out: Minimalism has been having quite the moment in fashion lately. But are people getting burned out on the trend sooner than expected?

Casting Coup: Free People has an unbelievable track record of snagging the best models for its catalogs — Karlie Kloss, Joan Smalls, Sasha Pivovarova, Erin Wasson... the list goes on. We talked to the brand's catalog director to hear how she gets the best faces to sign on.

Le Whaa?: Balmain's creative director, Olivier Rousteing, says he actually likes when fast fashion chains like Zara and H&M knock him off.