A 14-Year-Old Walks Prada, Alexander Wang Brings Back Booties for H&M, Cara Delevingne Covers 'Allure'

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Cara Delevingne with voluptuous hair yet again. Photo: Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images

Cara Delevingne with voluptuous hair yet again. Photo: Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images

Underage: Fourteen-year-old Roos Abels walked the Prada show last Thursday, despite the CFDA's "over sixteen" rule. Hmm.

AW x H&M: Alexander Wang's upcoming collaboration with H&M will include a reprisal of his best selling "Freja" booties -- which, thankfully, will cost a lot less than the originals. 

Designer Dreams: Talent, connections and experience are all important in launching a successful fashion label, but there's one thing that's essential that no one ever talks about, and that's money.

Not So Missguided: Missguided founder Nitin Passi grew his online fast-fashion site into an $80 million business in five years... with a little help from dad.

Bombshell: Cara Delevingne covers Allure, rocking some seriously transformative hair. Don't worry, she's still got her tattoos and signature eyebrows. 

That 70's Show: The '70s were big at Milan Fashion Week. Get ready to sport some flared denim and maxi dresses this spring.

New Hire: In her first interview since becoming editor in chief of Nylon, Michelle Lee tells us how she's changing the magazine -- and why it's not going to be like any other women's glossy on the market. 

Comeback: Our favorite model of the mid-aughts, Gemma Ward, made a surprise appearance on Prada's runway last week. We take a guess at where she could reappear during Paris Fashion Week.

Beckham in Britain: Victoria Beckham opened her first store on London's Dover Street this week. She tells us why she decided to open a shop in London over New York and why she's not one of those designers who only wears her own label.

The Show Goes On: E!'s "Fashion Police" will continue without Joan Rivers, though it won't be the same without her feisty wit.