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Must Read: Cara Delevingne Poses as 'Suicide Squad' Character, Ariana Grande Named MAC's 2016 Viva Glam Spokesperson

Plus, Hearst is partnering with Lena Dunham's newsletter Lenny.
Ariana Grande for MAC. Photo: MAC 

Ariana Grande for MAC. Photo: MAC 

Ariana Grande is MAC'S 2016 Viva Glam spokesperson
Move over, Miley. MAC Cosmetics has tapped Ariana Grande as the face of its 2016 Viva Glam campaign. The #Vivaglam Ariana Grande collection will be available in mid-January and consist of two items: a matte plum lipstick and shimmering pink Lipglass. {Fashionista Inbox}

Cara Delevingne channels Enchantress for Empire magazine
Cara Delevingne's latest magazine shoot may be her craziest yet. The model-turned-actress is dressed as her character Enchantress from the upcoming film "Suicide Squad" for the cover of Empire, blending her past and current careers. {Twitter}

Hearst to monetize Lena Dunham's newsletter
Less than a month after Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner launched Lenny, the newsletter for women has entered into a publishing relationship with Hearst. The massive publishing company will now hold exclusive rights to monetize content and to create custom programs for advertisers in the newsletter and on It will also syndicate Lenny content across its existing web properties, like and {Fashionista Inbox}

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