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And Vogue UK made a mockumentary about the influence of the film "Minions" on fashion.

Taraji P. Henson Graces W Cover
The "Empire" star is on the latest issue of W, looking sultry in a refreshingly simple outfit. Inside, an extensive interview delves into how she landed the role of Cookie on this season's hottest TV show.  {W}

The Emmys updates its costume design award
Beginning this year, Emmys organizers have decided to rethink the costume design categories. Instead of being divided by length and distribution, there will now be separate categories for period/fantasy (meaning set at least 25 years in the past) and contemporary costume design. This change comes after criticism that contemporary costume design has been repeatedly overlooked in favor of historical shows like "Game of Thrones." {Tyranny of Style}

Vogue UK loves minions
In anticipation of the soon-to-be released Pixar flick "Minions," Vogue UK’s Suzy Menkes directed a short ‘mocukmentary’ on the magazine's new video channel about the little guys and their subtle, yet enormous, influence on the fashion industry. Alber Elbaz, Giles Deacon, Domenico Dolce, Stefano Gabbana and more all came together to confess fashion’s best kept secret: Minions. {YouTube}

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