Condé Nast Makes Two New Hires, 'Style.com' Gets a Redesign

And Lily Collins talks Karl Lagerfeld.
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And Lily Collins talks Karl Lagerfeld.
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Condé Nast announced two big appointments Friday. Chris Mitchell, previously vice president and publisher at GQ, will now be the vice president and publisher at Vanity Fair. Howard Mittman, previously the vice president and publisher at Wired, will replace Mitchell at GQ. It's all in the (Condé Nast) family. {Fashionista Inbox}

Style.com redesigned its website to make it more streamlined and mobile-friendly. There will be increased coverage, as well as a new "shop" section, a "culture channel" and year-round street style coverage. Now we can stalk our favorite models beyond fashion week. More Karlie Kloss anyone? {Style.com}

Lily Collins is the new cover girl for Asos magazine. In the story, the actress discusses her first experience with Karl Lagerfeld and her pal (and co-star) Suki Waterhouse. {ASOS}

Joan Smalls teamed up with Estee Lauder to create her own line of matte lipsticks. She revealed the news on Instagram with a photo of her sporting a classic red lip and asked her followers to help her pick the name of her favorite shade. Any suggestions? {Instagram}

Shupette, the holiday makeup line inspired by Karl Lagerfeld's cat Choupette, has been unveiled. Shu Uemura conceived the line along with Largerfeld, and it includes eye shadows in shades inspired by Choupette's eyes, false eyelashes, glitter and more. The best part is probably the packaging, which includes sketches of Choupette done by Lagerfeld himself. {WWD, subscription required}