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Freida Pinto Models for Free People, Gisele Bündchen Walks in São Paulo, The Times Does #Normcore

And Kate Moss says she would love for Jennifer Lawrence to wear her Topshop collection.

Free People is on a roll with its A-list catalogue models. The latest beauty to don a flowing skirt to travel to an exotic locale? Gorgeous actress Freida Pinto. {YouTube}

Everyone loves a good style odyssey, and none could be more harrowing than one writer's journey into makeup for men. Brave soul, Drew Magary. {GQ}

Miley Cyrus straddles a statue of a horse -- naked, except for a white thong and a wig, and holding a joint -- for the cover of her remixed single, "Adore You." Just another day at the office. {Daily Mail}

Urban Outfitters' huge new space in Williamsburg -- 37,000 square feet, four floors -- let the team get a whole lot more creative in its design. {WWD}

Meeting Beyoncé may be intimidating, but Bergdorf Goodman salespeople are rumored to have a reason to fear the coming of Queen Bey. {Page Six}

#Normcore is still kicking -- and has made it all the way up the ranks to the New York Times. Here, the Grey Lady's take on the Seinfeldian style concept. {New York Times}

Gisele Bündchen returned to the catwalk for São Paulo Fashion Week. Way to rep that home country, girl. {Elle}

Kate Moss says she would love for Jennifer Lawrence or Stella McCartney to wear her latest Topshop collection. Funny that Moss would think people need convincing to look like her. {InStyle}

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