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Keira Knightley's Pout Ban Lifted, Proenza Schouler's Spring Ads Arrive, Lindsay Ellingson to Launch a Jewelry Line

Also, Alexa Chung looks great with scraped-up knees.
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Proenza Schouler's spring campaign images have arrived, and the David Sims-lensed photographs involve a lot of hair. Fun fact: they were shot at Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez's home in Massachusetts. {Fashionista Inbox}

Today in retail data breaches, Neiman Marcus is reporting that about 1.1 million customer payment cards may have been exposed from July 16 to Oct. 30 of this past year, with 2,400 payment cards used fraudulently. {Reuters}

Justin Bieber's bright-eyed mugshot might be the new "Ridiculously Photogenic Guy" meme. {Us Weekly}

Apparently director Joe Wright put Keira Knightley on pout probation for "Atonement" and "Pride and Prejudice." The ban was later lifted for her Chanel advertisements. {Grazia}

For the lads who don't like their under-eye circles, either: a makeup primer. No guyliner necessary. {Huffington Post}

And for all the ladies who are clueless about mixing prints, some words of wisdom. Step 1: Be bold. {Nylon}

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