Karl Lagerfeld Turned Down Role in 'Zoolander 2,' North West Is the Ultimate 'Girly Girl'

And Olivier Rousteing introduces the world to his British "Balmain Army."
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And Olivier Rousteing introduces the world to his British "Balmain Army."
Lottie Moss wearing Balmain. Photo: Jamie Morgan for 'Dazed'

Lottie Moss wearing Balmain. Photo: Jamie Morgan for 'Dazed'

While Karl Lagerfeld has his fair share of celebrity muses and pals, Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson — aka Derek Zoolander and Hansel — don't rank among them, apparently. When asked what he thought of their runway stunt at Valentino during Paris Fashion Week, the designer replied that not only did he detest it, but he also turned down a part in the upcoming "Zoolander 2." {Hello!}

To celebrate the launch of the new Kardashian Kids collection, Kim Kardashian West spoke to Elle about how her style has changed since becoming a mother — as well as about how her daughter, North, is quickly becoming a fashion obsessive like her parents. According to Kim, little Nori loves sandals and backpacks for accessorizing, and her favorite things to play with are the contents of Mommy's makeup bag.  Looks like the apple doesn't fall far from the tree! {Elle}

Balmain is opening its first flagship store in London, and in honor of the occasion, designer (and notorious model lover) Olivier Rousteing put together a British "Balmain Army" of his favorite ladies from across the pond. Lily Donaldson, Lottie Moss, Jourdan Dunn and more wear head-to-toe runway looks from the house's spring collection in this rapid-fire video interview about all things English. {Dazed}

Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski is the first female ready-to-wear designer that French luxury giant Hermès has had in two decades. If that isn't enough pressure to deal with, the 37-year-old — who was previously the design director at The Row — said she was given total free reign when she got there, with the only instructions from the head honchos being that they "wanted to be pleasantly surprised.” {Telegraph}

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