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Kerry Washington Covers 'The Edit,' Benedict Cumberbatch's Bride Wore Valentino

And Kim Kardashian is back to brunette.

Kerry Washington poses in looks from Stella McCartney, Isabel Marant, Marni and Loewe for the gorgeous April cover story of Net-a-Porter's online magazine The Edit. In an interview with DKNY's Aliza Licht, the "Scandal" star dishes on the difference between herself and her character Olivia Pope, and her strategy behind tweeting while in labor. {Net-a-Porter}

In the past year, model Soo Joo Park has scored not one but two beauty contracts: first Redken, and now L’Oréal Paris. The California beauty is the brand's first Asian-American spokeswoman, and she states that although it is an honor to represent a global brand, the goal is to become "a global ambassador." {Style}

Oscar nominee Benedict Cumberbatch went off the market on Valentine's Day, but his wife and baby-mama's wedding dress was not revealed until now. Sophie Hunter was a vision in Valentino — she posed alongside designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli for Vogue in the embroidered, long sleeved gown. {Valentino Instagram}

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Kim Kardashian is blonde no more. Photos emerged on Thursday of the reality star back to her natural brunette color. Given the frequent coloring appointments required to sustain her light hue, we were beginning to wonder how long Kim would be able to fit hair color maintenance into her already-packed beauty regime. {US Weekly}

The very casual aesthetic embraced by CEOs like Mark Zuckerberg and the late Steve Jobs, which at one time may have been seen as disrespectful, is now being considered a "sign of status." According to Quartz, those who adhere to social norms, such as dress code, do so in order to feel socially accepted, while those who hold a higher status "have wider latitude for deviation and are relatively freer from social constraints." Well, excuse us. {Quartz}

"Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke covers the April issue of The Hollywood Reporter. Debuting on the big screen this July in "Terminator: Genisys," the Hollywood A-lister discusses the overwhelming success of the HBO series and why she turned down Dakota Johnson's role in "Fifty Shades of Grey." {The Hollywood Reporter}