Mickey Boardman Shares His Religious Souvenir Collection, Time to Apply for the 2nd LVMH Prize

And Cara Delevingne takes 2015 by storm.
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And Cara Delevingne takes 2015 by storm.
Photo: Monica Schipper

Photo: Monica Schipper

Fun fact: Paper Editorial Director Mickey Boardman has a generous collection of religious souvenirs, a nod to his non-religious-yet-spiritual beliefs. The compilation of statues and candles is diverse, including pieces from France, Mexico City, India and Siberia. {The Thick}

If the past six days are anything to go by, 2015 might just be the year of Cara Delevingne. The model-turned-actor-turned-journalist already has five films in the works, was named contributing editor of Love magazine and, most recently, put out a new video for Topshop's spring campaign. Of course, modeling for the high street brand must feel like old hat at this point, as she was just the star of its holiday campaign. {The Guardian}

Attention emerging talents: the second edition of the LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers is underway. The winner will receive 300,000 euros along with a year-long mentorship from a LVMH team member. On top of that, the conglomerate is awarding 10,000 euro grants to three fashion school graduates and will give them the opportunity to join the LVMH team for a year. We suggest you start prepping those apps now — they're due February 8. {Fashionista Inbox}