Kate Upton Glows on 'Vogue' UK Cover, Mandy Moore Is a Beauty Editor Now, Frank Ocean Reportedly to Perform at Met Ball

And Kim Kardashian tests out denim on denim, to middling results.
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Yep, Kate Upton is indeed Vogue UK's June cover girl, and she looks fantastic. {Vogue UK}

Met Ball gossip alert: Frank Ocean is reportedly scheduled to perform at the annual fashion fest. Excellent choice, Anna. {New York Post}

Mandy Moore has a new gig, as beauty website Byrdie's newest columnist. This is pretty exciting, given that she's always been something of a beauty icon. {Byrdie}

Is this the new thigh gap? Apparently a measurement of the distance between one's nose and mouth is the latest, totally reasonable hotness test, and it's racing across China. {Vocativ}

Lupita Nyong'o will be attending the CFDA Awards to present the prize for Womenswear Designer of the Year. This is what happens when you wear clothes really, really ridiculously well. {WWD}

Instagram has reportedly sent Rihanna a cease and desist on the topless photos she's been posting, including that Lui cover she shot recently. {TMZ}

Amazon is getting in on the wearable tech game, opening a new storefront exclusively for smartwatches and health trackers. {WWD}

Kim Kardashian's kwestionable look of the day: Denim on denim. Good? Bad? Why is she hanging out with Serena Williams? {Us Weekly}

The U.S. Military will be reviewing all of its hairstyle regulations, following an uproar over rules seemingly biased against African American women with natural hair. {The Cut}

Naomi Campbell, Cara Delevingne, Lottie Moss and Suki Waterhouse all came out for Kate Moss's latest Topshop collab launch party. Also, Cara had an interesting hairdo. {The Guardian

The Outnet just turned five, and to celebrate, it reissued best-selling archival designs from 17 designers. Hop to it! {SHEfinds}

Stella McCartney designed a range of kids clothing for the upcoming 'Maleficent' movie. Weird that we kind of want the boys' sweatshirt? {The Guardian}

American Apparel CEO Dov Charney's 2013 compensation dropped from roughly $14 million in 2012 to $1 million. Rough times, dude. {WWD}