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Jude Law's Son Makes His Runway Debut, Woolmark Prize Announces Its Judges, The Sartorialist Teams Up With Luxottica

Plus, Nars and 3.1 Phillip Lim are making beautiful nail polish together.

We're going to try to deliver this news without sounding too creepy: Jude Law's 17-year-old son Rafferty is an aspiring model, and he made his runway debut at DKNY's menswear show on Tuesday. And he is a cutie pie. Let's just say we're interested to see where his career goes. {Harper's Bazaar UK}

Woolmark has announced the judges of the 2014 International Woolmark Prize, and it's a pretty formidable roster. EICs Ariel Foxman (InStyle), David Granger (Esquire) and Stefano Tonchi (W), Steven Kolb of the CFDA and Saks senior fashion director Colleen Sherin are among the those who will be plucking a winner from the womenswear and menswear groups. {Fashionista Inbox}

The Sartorialist's Scott Schuman has linked up with eyewear maker Luxottica on a new digital project called Faces by the Sartorialist. Note that he's not actually designing frames (sad), but rather manning a hub for images of cool people rocking out in cool glasses. So think of it as a dedicated search page for eyewear on Schuman's normal site. {Faces by the Sartorialist}

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Kim Kardashian appears to have gotten the Ellen Von Unwerth treatment — cat eye liner, big hair, retro sexpot vibe — for a shoot with the photographer this week. {Instagram}

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Nars and 3.1 Phillip Lim are teaming up for a nail polish range that comes out July 15 and, according to Nars, it's all about "colors that exist in the shadows," meaning lots of jewel-toned greens, purples and reds. Hey, on a hot day like today, shade is not a bad thing. {Fashionista Inbox} 

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