Amal Alamuddin Weds George Clooney in Oscar de la Renta, The Karl Lagerfeld Barbie Was a Big Hit

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Seriously, how did Clooney bag this lady? Photo: Andrew Goodman/Getty Images

Seriously, how did Clooney bag this lady? Photo: Andrew Goodman/Getty Images

Something New: Amal Alamuddin married George Clooney in a traditional French lace wedding dress by Oscar de le Renta, proving that badass lawyers can also have great taste.

Twinsies: Kim Kardashian and baby North West wore matching outfits to the Givenchy show at Paris Fashion Week. Like mother, like daughter. 

Star-Studded: Givenchy's Riccardo Tisci knows how to fill a room with famous faces, including the Kardashians, Kendall Jenner (on the runway, of course), Cara Delevingne and Joan Smalls. Also, there were clothes.

Barbie World: Net-a-Porter sold $200,000 worth of Karl Lagerfeld Barbie dolls the morning it was released. Unfortunately, it does not come with a miniature version of Lagerfeld's cat, Choupette. 

Nailed It: Finally, a YouTube video for those with short nails. Here are some pro tips for properly shaping them when you're not working with a whole lot of nail.

Young Talent: Twenty-four-year-old Eddy Anemian won this year's H&M Design Award. His 10-piece collection for the retailer will be sold worldwide starting October 23. (And yeah, we were totally that successful at 24.)

Street Style: Leave it to Paris to be the most effortlessly chic city on the Fashion Month calendar. What's in this season? Lots of volume. 

Binge Watch: With "Gilmore Girls" now up on Netflix, we took at look back on the show's best fashion moments. Because nobody wears a baseball hat like Luke.

Girl Power: Chanel staged a "feminist march" for its spring 2015 runway show, with models storming the runway with handmade picket signs.

California Dreamin': Tom Ford will show his collection in Los Angeles next season instead of London, making it nearly impossible for any models, editors, etc to actually attend. Oscar nominees, though -- absolutely.