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North West Did Not Wear Makeup for Vogue, Scarlett Johansson Covers WSJ, Fur Is Worth as Much as Wi-Fi

And Bill Murray's golf outfits are the best ever.
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Scarlett Johansson looks exceptionally pretty on the cover of WSJ magazine. Check out the full, very loft-in-SoHo shoot here. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Meanwhile, Iman looks flawless on the cover of Scene. Not that we would expect anything less of her. {PR}

Eyes, lips, metallic fringe: January Jones went full-on Bowie in New York on Thursday. {Us Weekly}

BREAKING: North West did not wear any makeup on set at her parents' Vogue shoot. Apparently the baby-faced baby's baby skin was sufficient. {Cosmpolitan}

Let Kim Kardashian be your spirit guide to taking the perfect selfie. Lady certainly has mastered the fine art by now. {SHEfinds}

Oops. Self magazine apologized for making fun of a cancer survivor's marathon outfit, which involved a tutu and Superman t-shirt. {NY Daily News}

Collaborating with the Museum of Modern Art, Uniqlo has released a collection of arty shirts and corresponding micro-sites to teach shoppers about the inspiration behind them. {Racked}

Cool gets cooler: Ray-Ban is now offering customizable shades to its product offerings. {Nylon}

More and more digital agencies are restructuring to match changes in the fashion biz -- including pioneering luxury website designer Createthegroup, which just shut down its London office. {Business of Fashion}

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