Lily Aldridge Shares Her Workout Regimen, YSL Beauty Gets Smart With Google Glass

And Anja Rubik launched her own perfume.
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And Anja Rubik launched her own perfume.
All that hard work certainly paid off. Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

All that hard work certainly paid off. Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

To tease the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, which airs Tuesday night, Lily Aldridge gave us the lowdown on her workout training leading up to the show. Between exercising six days a week and mixing up those workouts to include boxing, ballet, running, yoga and pilates, these models are basically professional all-around athletes. {Vogue}

YouTube is offering its video stars bonuses in order to deter other video platforms from luring their creators away. One such startup, Vessel, promises that YouTubers will make more money if they post videos exclusively on its site because viewers have to pay to subscribe. Will our favorite beauty gurus switch over? {WSJ}

YSL has started using Google Glass at its makeup counter in London's Selfridges. It's a pretty clever idea: The makeup artist wears the device while doing a customer's makeup, filming a personalized beauty tutorial that gets sent to the her via email afterward. Given that it's tailored to your face, you could argue that it's better than a Michelle Phan video. {Telegraph}

Elie Tahari is launching a sportswear category this spring, insisting that activewear is not just a trend — it's a lifestyle. Does this mean we can start wearing leggings to work now? {WWD}