Madonna Shows Her Armpit Hair, Miranda Kerr Nabs Escada, Trends Are Dead

Yes, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West finally got their Vogue cover, but other news did happen today.
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Yes, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West finally got their Vogue cover, but other news did happen today.
Photo: Vittorio Zunino Celotto / Getty

Photo: Vittorio Zunino Celotto / Getty

Miranda Kerr is the new face of Escada's fragrance Joyful, proving that there is no commercial endorsement that she cannot win. {Fashionista Inbox}

An Oakland Raiderettes cheerleader is suing her company for paying her less than minimum wage while requiring her to get hundreds of dollars of beauty treatments each month. {Telegraph}

Trends are dead, snobbishness is done and women set their own course in fashion nowadays, argues Louise J. Esterhazy. {WWD}

Gwyneth Paltrow's latest bit of beauty advice? Sweat every day for better skin tone. {People}

Giambattista Valli is launching... candles. Are affordable home goods the new fragrances for entry-level designer purchases? {WWD}

Erm. Madonna Instagrammed herself rocking lingerie and some pretty solid armpit hair growth. {Instagram}

Allure Eyewear and Authentic Brands Group are launching a line of Marilyn Monroe-inspired sunglasses. {WWD}

U-S-A! U-S-A! Michelle Obama's visit to China this week has set the blogosphere abuzz with posts on the apparent style competition between her and China's first lady Peng Liyuan. {Huffington Post}

Peter Som's collection for DesigNation is full of eyelet, rompers and maxi dresses. Check out the full range here. {SHEfinds}

The release of Riccardo Tisci for Nike has people lining up around the block in SoHo. {Instagram}

Remember when Lady Gaga had someone vomit all over her in a performance? The singer is now calling it "art in its purest form." {Us Weekly}

While it's best known for its famous bags, Hermès is making 2014 the year of ready-to-wear. {WWD}

The fashion and entertainment industry has a long way to go in knowing how to do makeup and lighting for brown skin, Santigold says. {Huffington Post}

From "Masters of Sex" actress Caitlin Fitzgerald to "Mindy Project" writer Tracey Wigfield, these are the new women in Hollywood you need to know. {Refinery29}

Here's some good motivation to clean your closet this spring: Nordstrom is rewarding clothing donations with a gift certificate to the store. {SHEfinds}

We know what happens when you attempt Jared Leto hair as a lady (good things, actually!). Here's what goes down when a dude dons a wig for a week to get the same look. {The Cut}

Consumer spending in plastic surgery has bounced back to pre-recession levels. {Financial Times}