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Cate Blanchett Gets Inked, Karlie Kloss and Taylor Swift Take a Hike, Alexander Wang's Party Playlist

And Juergen Teller shot a dozen looks from Nicolas Ghesquière's inaugural Louis Vuitton collection.

Look out, Northern Californians: Brand new besties Karlie Kloss and Taylor Swift are currently on the "best road trip ever" upstate, and they're documenting the whole thing on Instagram! Of course. {Taylor Swift's Instagram}

It seems Cate Blanchett commemorated her Oscar win with a new tattoo. Our money's on "Suck it, Julia Roberts" in flowing script. {Page Six}

Didn't snag an invite to Alexander Wang's after-party this fashion week? Recreate the experience with the playlist from the party, courtesy of DJ Jesse Marco. Alexander Wang not included. {Interview}

Either that's a very denim-looking button-up, or President Obama rocked a denim on denim look in the Oval Office recently. We're praying for the latter. {Huffington Post}

After launching its European e-commerce sites last year, Escada has now opened online sales up to the U.S. of A. {Escada}

Nina Agdal sexes up the April issue of Cosmopolitan, which is saying a lot. {Fashnberry}

Modelphiles, get ready: VFiles's Model Files is coming back for its third season on March 11. {YouTube}

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It seems Nicolas Ghesquière has inherited one other thing from Marc Jacobs. Juergen Teller shot twelve looks from Ghesquière's first Louis Vuitton collection. {}

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