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Beyoncé's Stylist 'Shuts Sh-t Down,' Johnny Depp Wins a Makeup Award, Jason Wu Preps His First Hugo Boss Collection

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Johnny Depp is great at sitting in makeup chairs, says the Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild, which is awarding the actor with its inaugural Distinguished Artisan award for his career of collaborating with makeup artists. It's true: he does wear guyliner unnervingly well. {The Cut}

Erin Fetherston designed a capsule collection for JewelMint, and it is cu-ute. Read: cat ears for your fingers. {Refinery29}

Marco Zanini wants to see more variety on the red carpet, and he's nominating Schiaparelli, the revitalized house he designs for, as an offbeat choice. {WWD}

Linda Rodin on aging: "I'm never going to look younger; it's a folly." Preach. {Huffington Post}

Heidi Klum and her bodyguard/boyfriend have split after a year and a half. Potential suitors, it's almost Valentine's Day: get your romantic gestures on. {Huffington Post}

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Kate Middleton starred in her grade school production of My Fair Lady back in the day, and here's the video to prove it. {Us Weekly}

Burberry CEO and soon-to-be Apple SVP of Retail Angela Ahrendts is becoming a Dame of the British Empire, the lady version of being knighted by the queen. To further add to her #GirlBoss status, let us note that she is from Indiana. {Vogue UK}

Beyoncé's stylist themed her Grammy outfits around the concepts of "shuts s--t down" and "nakedness," says Project Runway alum Michael Costello, who designed her super-sheer white lace gown. {People}

Wondering what to expect from Jason Wu's first collection for Hugo Boss, debuting this fashion week? A whole lotta tailoring. {WWD}

Michelle Rodriguez is bad news for Cara Delevingne, says the longest headline ever. {Daily Mail}

Correction: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Angel Ahrendts has already left Burberry. She will in fact be heading to Apple this spring.