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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.

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}

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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}