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

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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}

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}