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The man who helped the magazine "#breaktheinternet" is leaving the publication.
Plus, Celine kicks off worldwide retail push with New York flagship.
Plus, Mistor Mort captures the best in Dead & Company fan gear.
Gone are the days of models with shopping carts browsing the cereal isle — or so it seems.
Thanks to his social media following and a clearly honed aesthetic, the stylist has Bella Hadid and Rihanna on speed dial, and editors like Carine Roitfeld knocking on his door.
The publication took the intern's side after Paul-Simon Djite reportedly called her a "real sh-t" in an unhinged mass email to designers.
Plus, Pharrell Williams is starring in a new Chanel campaign.
"It's not just about a pretty face anymore."
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The Instamodel isn't done taking over 2016 just yet.
We've literally never seen this many penises.
Plus, Snapchat admits to copying filter designs from artists
Another coup for King Kylie.
And Paper has released its list of the Most Beautiful People of 2015.
Featuring candids of Dakota Johnson, Daisy Lowe and Cara Delevingne.
And Marion Cotillard continues to be beautiful in latest Lady Dior campaign.
And Rita Ora sports a mushroom bowl cut on the cover of 'L'Officiel.'
And Target is shutting down its Canada operations.
We caught up with the lead minds at 'Paper' to learn how the shoot came about and what they're going to do next.