Selena Gomez Sometimes Googles Her 'Horrendous' Old Outfits, Hearst Announces Staff Changes

And luxury companies worry that protests in Hong Kong will squeeze their store hours.
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And luxury companies worry that protests in Hong Kong will squeeze their store hours.
*Now* she looks great. Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

*Now* she looks great. Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

It's not easy growing up famous! Selena Gomez admits to sometimes Googling photos of herself from years past and finding the not-so-stellar outfits that she thought were super cool at the time. If it's any consolation, Selena, everyone had a teenage phase where they thought blue streaks were the bomb. {Into the Gloss}

The political unrest in Hong Kong continues to affect luxury retailers. Stores like Prada and Tod’s said they are watching the situation unfold on an hourly basis and will close stores early if necessary. This could mean big losses for these particular retailers who garner strong revenue numbers from their China-based locations. {Reuters}

Hearst-owned glossy Marie Claire has poached Condé Nast's Catherine Gunderson to be its new managing editor after Nancy Gillen left after just two months. Gunderson, currently the editorial business manager at GQ, has also spent time at big name publications like Harper’s Bazaar UK, Esquire, Self and Brides. {WWD}

Hearst has also undergone a round of changes in its business leadership. Former vice president and publishing director of Redbook and Seventeen Jayne Jamison has now moved over to O, The Oprah Magazine, while Cosmopolitan associate publisher Sue Katzen has taken up the reins as publisher of Redbook. And Jill Seelig, the SVP and publisher of O is now the SVP of corporate development for magazine publishing. Got all that? {Fashionista Inbox}