Miley Cyrus Dressed Like A Muppet for Her Birthday, Prabal Gurung Launches Footwear

And a new app lets you scan products to see if they test on animals.
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And a new app lets you scan products to see if they test on animals.
At least she didn't wear her birthday suit... Photo: @mileycyrus

At least she didn't wear her birthday suit... Photo: @mileycyrus

Miley Cyrus dressed up as a neon Muppet for her 22nd birthday party while her boyfriend, Patrick Schwarzenegger, opted for a pilot's jumpsuit. Sophisticated ensembles for sophisticated people. {NY Mag}

Prabal Gurung is launching a line of footwear, five years after debuting his ready-to-wear collection. Ranging in price from $695 to $1,165, the shoes look to be the first step (yuk) into other product categories like handbags and small leather goods. {WWD}

Marie Claire has hired Jessica Pels, the former deputy online editor and features editor at Teen Vogue, as its new site director. Pels spent under two years at the Condé Nast magazine, but is said to bring a strong fashion and digital background her new gig. {WWD}

Catherine McNeil has collaborated with the Beagle Freedom Project for a new app called Cruelty-Cutter, which tells users which brands avoid animal testing. All you have to do is scan the bar code of any health, household or beauty product. Easy. {Beagle Freedom Project}