'Vanity Fair' Releases Best Dressed List, Ryan Seacrest Launches Clothing Line, Kate Moss Lectures Bieber

See which stars, socialites and scenesters made Vanity Fair's iconic list.
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See which stars, socialites and scenesters made Vanity Fair's iconic list.
Photo: Jason Merritt / Getty Images

Photo: Jason Merritt / Getty Images

Vanity Fair's International Best Dressed list has arrived! Among it's honorees are Cate Blanchett, Lupita Nyong'o, Emma Watson, Amy Astley, Stacy Bendet and Pharrell. There's also a hefty dose of royals on the list, with Kate Middleton named to the "Hall of Fame" section (alongside Karl Lagerfeld) and a couple of unexpected picks like SDK Knickerbocker's Vice President (and former Terry Richardson flame) Audrey Gelman and Polish blogger Claudia Adaszewska. {Vanity Fair}

Kate Moss reportedly gave Justin Bieber a stern talking to at Riccardo Tisci's birthday bash. The subject matter? Biebs's fight with Orlando Bloom over Miranda Kerr. {The Telegraph}

Every man's dream of dressing like Ryan Seacrest can now become a reality with the TV personality's new line with Macy's. Consisting of slim suiting and accessories, the collection, called Ryan Seacrest Distinction, will launch in stores this September. {WWD, subscription req'd}

And every woman's dream of smelling like former Vogue editor in chief Diana Vreeland can come true with Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman's new line of Vreeland-inspired scents created by her grandson, Alexander Vreeland. The range is exclusively available at both retailers and planning on expanding to include more scents in 2015. It's going to be hard to pick a favorite of the witty-named perfumes, but we think we're going to go with "Simply Divine." {Neiman Marcus Blog}