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Valentino Releases Its Spring Campaign, Michelle Obama's Jason Wu Goes on Display, Kanye West and Anna Wintour Do Lunch

Also, Diane von Furstenberg loves a man in a turtleneck.
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The typically glowing Cate Blanchett is glowing... differently... on the cover of Vogue Australia's February cover. Spray tan gone wrong or photoshop disaster? {Fashion Copious}

Valentino's Spring/Summer 2014 campaign, shot by Craig McDean, is all desert and rich patterns. Gorgeous in a Game of Thrones kind of way. {Design Scene}

The Coveteur took a peek inside the Girls costume department with the show's designer, Jenn Rogien. And yes. The yellow mesh tank was there. {The Coveteur}

Ashlee Simpson is engaged, and it looks like fiancée Evan Ross (yep, Diana's son) went for the "more is more" approach to engagement rings. Congrats and congrats! {US Weekly}

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