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Chrissy Teigen Covers 'Cosmo,' Dior Heads to SF, Cara Delevingne and Michelle Rodriguez Reportedly Split

Yes, the romance that began with one very drunken basketball game is allegedly OVER.

Apparently her marriage to John Legend, Sports Illustrated babe status and prolific/inflammatory tweeting have made Chrissy Teigen Cosmo covergirl material. It's kind of a match made in heaven. {Cosmopolitan}

Michelle Rodriguez and Cara Delevingne have reportedly broken up. Waa. {Enstars}

Mary-Kate Olsen's new Manhattan townhouse with fiancé Olivier Sarkozy is ba-na-nas. It has a ballroom, okay? A ballroom. {Curbed}

For someone so beautiful, Suki Waterhouse sure is low maintenance. The model says she likes to sleep in her clothes and is just now learning to wash her face. {Into the Gloss}

Victoria Beckham covers Business of Fashion's second print issue, talks overcoming people's (low) expectations of her. {Business of Fashion}

The designer also celebrated her 40th birthday this weekend, and we're pleased to report that both Baby and Sporty Spice were in attendance. {InStyle}

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