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Kanye West Is Not Happy With Vogue, Miley Cyrus and Madonna Go Country, How to Tumblr Like a Model

And Rihanna buttons up... kind of.
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Miley Cyrus and Madonna got all kinds of country glam for Miley's MTV Unplugged concert, and Madge seems to like Miley's tongue-wagging move. {Us Weekly}

These guerrilla additions to H&M posters is a nice reminder that models don't just look like that. {Upworthy}

Cailin Hill, the darkly hilarious creator of "The Model Burnbook" Tumblr, gives us some advice on how to make our social media presence as cool as hers. {Nylon}

Monique Lhuillier is finally releasing her first advertising campaign, after the designer got her e-commerce up and running. {WWD}

Haven't made it to London to see the Paul Smith exhibition at the Design Museum? You've still got time: the show has been extended to mid-June. {Telegraph}

For Rihanna, a conservative look for national television is still super leggy. A for effort, though, and for that tangerine Chanel jacket. {Daily Mail}

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