All About Marc’s Girls

In case you missed them, here are the top style stories from the week

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All About Marc’s Girls
Marc Jacobs Spring 2014. Photos: WWD.

All About Marc’s Girls

In case you missed them, here are the top style stories from the week

Banks, Tyra
Transformed herself into various other supermodels—including Kate Moss, Cindy Crawford, and Cara Delevingne—for a selfie photoshoot. Has clearly run out of ways to get attention.

Chen, Julie
Credits her successful career to eyelid surgery, not hard work.

Ferreira, Sky
Hit the runway along with Charlotte Free, Cara Delevingne, and Georgia May Jagger for Marc Jacobs. Only Marc.

Gaga, Lady
Says flip-flops are the gateway drugs to sweatpants and celibacy. So what does that make Birkenstocks?

Humphries, Kris
Is selling Kim Kardashian’s engagement ring for charity. Who will the lucky winner be?

Iman, Chanel
Reveals that she shares clothes—and grillz—with her boyfriend A$AP Rocky. How… sweet. And unhygienic.

Johnson, Lulu
Betsey’s daughter revealed that there may not be another season of their TV show XOX Betsey Johnson. That’s one way of reminding viewers you have a reality program.

Kerr, Miranda
Will not walk at the Victoria’s Secret fashion show this year; depresses fans everywhere.

Kidman, Nicole
Was hit by a cyclist after the Calvin Klein show this season. Still made it to the Calvin Klein party that night. You go girl.

Middleton, Kate
Made her first post-pregnancy appearance in a sparkly Jenny Packham dress… that looks exactly like something she would have worn pre-baby George. Oh, Kate.

Olsen, Ashley

Is reportedly dating the CEO of Oliver Peoples. Can we expect an upcoming collaboration between the eyewear brand and The Row?

Saldana, Zoe
Apparently got married in June. To whom, you might ask? Who cares, we just want to see the dress.

Subway
The sandwich chain hosted a competition in which aspiring designers created dresses using the restaurant’s materials. The judge? Former Spice Girl, Mel B. Why wasn’t this at Lincoln Center?

Westwood, Vivienne
Is the subject of a new coffee table book; proves that punk WILL NEVER DIE.