You can't announce the comeback of the plush fabric without its poster child.
It will be available worldwide on June 20.
A must-read roundup of our most popular stories of the week. You're welcome.
"Vogue" came through with news all aspiring Kim doppelgängers can use.
The paparazzi-style, errand-running lookbook continues with a slew of Kim lookalikes.
Plus, H&M has apologized for a racist image used on its website.
They also went all out on the pattern front.
Her entire interview was done via text, because teens.
Plus, Abercrombie & Fitch is working with an investment bank to field potential takeover.
Plus, why Paris Hilton doesn’t want to be known as a "reality star".
Very 2002 vibes.
For starters, it's called "Alice in Ghettoland."
The boutique chain was once a favorite for the more tabloid-friendly starlets of the early aughts.
And the fourth installment of Pharrell's ongoing collaboration with Timberland drops this Friday.
Also on the guest list: Cara Delevingne, Katy Perry, Dakota Johnson, Kris Jenner and the Statue of Liberty.
Also, these J.Crew models need to get it together.
Now this is how you end Fashion Month with a bang.
Featuring dogs, dresses and reality TV.
And Emma Watson has landed a fancy new gig at the UN.
Smokey the Bear and some robots, for the win.