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A Look at Beyoncé's Tour Costumes, American Apparel Sells Stocks, J.Crew Profits Sink

Also, remember "Shit Fashion Girls Say?" Disney sort of owns that now.
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Beyoncé's costume team walks us through her Mrs. Carter Tour wardrobe, including amazing custom pieces from Emilio Pucci, Givenchy and Versace. It's pure magic. {YouTube}

Mega-babe Cameron Russell heats up the April cover of Vogue Paris. {Vogue Paris}

Miss the days of Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen coordinating their outfits? Looks like they're at it again... and this time it involves socks and sandals. {Refinery29}

Kanye West seems to have laid to rest his beef with Hedi Slimane, at least for the cover of Vogue (see credits). {Vogue}

One of Kate Middleton's favorite labels, Hobbs, has come to the U.S. {WWD}

J.Crew profits fell 42 percent for the quarter, not-so-great news as the company reconfigures its buyout strategy. {Bloomberg}

David Beckham is a pro at taking outdated (or downright old fashioned) styling tricks and making them awesome again: First there were those sleeve garters and now he's experimenting with grungy belt loop chains. {Us Weekly}

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Perpetually on the brink of bankruptcy, and close to getting delisted from the NYSE, American Apparel is offering a sale of $30.5 million in stocks to help pay off its debt. {Bloomberg}

Pharrell's GQ cover shoot offers proof that hats are not the only things the ageless 40-year-old wears well. {GQ}

Is H&M the world's most ethical company? By some counts, yes. {Refinery29}

Nicole Kidman's Grace Kelly biopic is one big ode to Cartier jewelry. Here's the first look at all the rocks in the film. {Vogue Paris}

Paper has released its Most Beautiful People issue, starring (among other pretty/cool/inspiring people) model Gigi Hadid, comedian Jessica Williams and actress Laverne Cox. {Paper}

Carey Mulligan's hairstylist -- so the genius behind her short cut -- has opened a beauty boutique. {Hollywood Reporter}

Disney paid $500 million to buy Maker Studios (meaning it now owns "Shit Fashion Girls Say"). {Bloomberg}

So, this woman has a habit of snacking on makeup. Apologies if you just ate lunch. {Daily Mail}