Kim Kardashian's Selfie Book Available For Pre-Order, Gisele Bündchen Walks Her Last Runway Show

And Hearst launches a new contributor network in a bid to increase online content.
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And Hearst launches a new contributor network in a bid to increase online content.

Gisele Bündchen took to Instagram to say goodbye to the runway after 20 years of owning the catwalk — she walked her "last fashion show" Wednesday in Sao Paulo. But given celebrities' penchants for coming out of retirement (two words: Derek Zoolander), we're not so sure that we've seen the last of this Brazilian supermodel. {Instagram}

For those of you who were waiting patiently to get a copy of Kim Kardashian's "Selfish," the book of selfies is now available for pre-order on Amazon and it's already become a number one bestseller in the portrait photography section. {Complex}

Beauty giants Procter & Gamble and Avon are both reportedly looking to sell parts of their businesses. Rumor has it that Procter & Gamble wants to unload all but its mass-market beauty brands like Pantene, while Avon is weighing the option of divesting its North American operations. {WWD}

To maximize the amount of content it can publish online, Hearst Magazines has launched a contributor network called "The Mix." The system will allow Hearst's brands to send out assignments to a company-wide network of about 100 contributors, who will then have two days to respond with pitches. If accepted, contributors' stories will run after some very light editing. One risk to this quantity-over-quality approach: undermining a brand's reputation with minimally edited content. {Digiday}

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