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Kering Invests in Pythons, Elle Apologizes for 'North Korea Chic,' What's on Gwyneth Paltrow's Christmas List

TGIF! Here's the news you need to know this Friday afternoon.

What would you do if you found yourself sitting on a park bench next to Jessica Chastain? Vogue's adorable short film "Scripted Content" by Matthew Frost follows a fan's attempt to secretly snap the December cover star's photo. {YouTube}

Luxury brand conglomerate Kering reveals plans for a three-year research program to ensure the sustainability of the python trade, and the heath and welfare of Burmese and reticulated pythons. {WWD}

We decided that if there's anyone who can pull off going pantsless in public, it's Jennifer Lawrence. Unfortunately, J.Law doesn't feel that way -- find out what she thought about her sheer Dior gown. {US Weekly}

The names of some of our favorite designers are pretty difficult to pronounce -- Prabal Gurung and Olivier Theyskens, for instance -- and you could be saying them wrong. Take a lesson in the phonetics of fashion to see how well you speak designer. {PopSugar}

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Elle apologizes for offending its readers by naming this season's military trend "North Korea Chic" in the September issue. {Elle}

May the odds be ever in your favor -- unless you happen to be a professional beauty vlogger -- if you want to try a rhinestone version of Katniss's diamond-studded lashes or District 5's David Bowie-esque power look from The Hunger Games at home. {The Cut}

Find out what's on Gwyneth Paltrow's Christmas list this year. {Fashion Telegraph}