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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.

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}

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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}