It was thoroughly On Brand.
True love is turning your daily routine into an IRL lookbook for your husband's clothing line.
Plus, "Rolling Stone" is up for sale.
A must-read roundup of our most popular stories of the week. You're welcome.
Influential canines are here, and they're ready to sell you hair products.
A man named Hooshmand Harooni is claiming that he filed a patent for a similar product in 2013 that he then licensed to cell phone cover company SnapLight.
Yes, she knows a thing or two about makeup.
Just as the reality star/mogul herself predicted.
The fuzzy, leopard print slides were just icing on the (birthday) cake.
...and why Ivanka Trump's brand lost its luster.
You can't ride someone else's bandwagon.
There were some truly beautiful standouts this year.
Was it Taylor Swift-targeted shade? (Probably, yeah.)
Plus, Olivier Rousteing joins "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood."
And luxury companies are adding chief digital officers to their executive ranks.
*Technically it's his first dress since returning to Italian fashion label. Plus, here's your guide to who's dressing whom at the annual gala.
And Hearst launches a new contributor network in a bid to increase online content.
And models Cara Delevingne and Lily Donaldson were spotted on the set of a Taylor Swift's music video shoot.
And Sofia Coppola explains why she was tortured by her Birkin bag for years.
And Lea Seydoux looks effortlessly French in Harper's Bazaar Brazil.
Adorable little North West even got in on the early bird action.