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First Look at Lily Collins for Lancôme, Seventeen Joins Snapchat, Target Confirms Security Breach

Lily Collins is looking mighty pretty for Lancôme. See what else all the fashion peeps are up to in today's fashion news roundup.
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Lily Collins looks beautifully ethereal in her first ad for Lancôme's French Ballerine campaign, shot by Mario Testino. {Telegraph}

Seventeen is the first major magazine to join the social messaging service, Snapchat. Be on the lookout for even more celeb selfies! {Mashable}

British photographer Tim Walker brings model and muse Kristen McMenamy's fantasy of playing a mermaid to life in this mesmerizing editorial spread for the December/January issue of W. {New York Times}

Tyra Banks teams up with Special K on a campaign to ban fat talk and reveals why 'fiercely real' is a more apt label than 'plus-size.' Touché. {HuffPo}

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After less than a year, creative director of Comptoir des Cotonniers, Amélie Gillier, is parting ways with the label on “amicable” terms. Bonne chance, Amélie, bonne chance. {WWD}

Florence Welch does Victorian sex bomb in head-to-toe black lace. {Refinery29}

Target confirms a security breach, in which 40 million credit and debit card numbers were hacked in the past few weeks. Just one more reason to love holiday shopping. {SheFinds}