Angelina Jolie Has A Red Carpet Twin, Celebrity Fragrances Fall Out of Favor, Eyebrow Grooming Is Booming

We're blaming you for that last one, Cara.
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Jane Fonda wore the same Elie Saab dress in Cannes that Angelina Jolie chose for this year's Oscars, and we don't mind one bit, because Jane Fonda is a fox. {Us Weekly

How much do people care about achieving the perfect eyebrows? Turns out, a lot. Here are the stats to prove it. {NPD}

Taylor Swift, in hyperbolic detail, describes how her cat attacked her Oscar de la Renta Met Ball gown, claiming it was like watching a "crocodile attack an antelope on National Geographic.” {People}

"Song of Style" blogger Aimee Song has some choice words for wannabe bloggers. {Huffington Post}

Haven't had time to get your feet in shape for summer? Yeah, us either. These sandals will get you through until you do have time for a pedi. {FabSugar}

Happy 43rd, Sofia Coppola! Celebrate the fashion-happy director's birthday the right way. {Nylon}

Redbook EIC Jill Herzig is relocating within Hearst to head up Dr. Oz's recently launched magazine The Good Life. {NY Post}

Cartier parent company Richemont saw profits rise 3.1 percent in the year ending on March 31. {WWD}

Bad news for Biebs and Taylor Swift: Celebrity fragrances seem to have fallen out of fashion. {FT}

Is Robyn Lawley on the shortlist for a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue appearance? We sure hope so. {Vogue UK}

Bad news: There's a decent chance that you're dry shampooing your hair wrong. Good news: Here's how to fix that. {SHEfinds}

Jeans made with super-stretchy threads may be taking over store shelves, but there's something to be said for denim that isn't so comfortable. Seriously. {Refinery29}

Alexander McQueen's ad campaign starring Kate Moss and WSJ's cover featuring Gisele and Daft Punk won Clio awards this year for their striking imagery. Icon status right here. {Clio Image}

Kylie Jenner has blue hair now, and it's actually pretty cute. {Hollywood Life}

Organic growth — sans fashion competitions — may not be an option for young fashion designers anymore. {New York Times}