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Lupita Nyong'o Named Most Beautiful Person, Cara Delevingne May Appear in 'Girls,' Drake Enjoys Lint Rolling

And Kim Kardashian bought a bunch of copies of her 'Vogue' cover. Don't judge.

Shortly after signing her first beauty contract with Lancôme, beautiful person Lupita Nyong'o has topped People's annual list of beautiful people. {People}

Please enjoy this video of Drake lint rolling his pants courtside during an NBA game. {Gawker}

Taylor Swift and Cara Delevingne just might be starring in the next season of "Girls." We can only imagine what role a Greenpoint-ified Swift might play. {Yahoo}

Kim Kardashian bought a bunch of copies of her Vogue cover at a newsstand, for purposes unexplained. {Us Weekly}

For the next two weekends, David Yurman is donating a percentage of its sales to Liya Kebede's foundation for maternal healthcare in Africa. {}

Hermes has released a new version of its app that uses two-screen sharing to teach users how to tie a scarf. Fun for the whole family! {Luxury Daily}

Amazon had better watch its back: The Chinese e-commerce behemoth Alibaba is preparing for a New York IPO. {WWD}

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