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McDonalds vs. Moschino
In case you missed it, here are the top style stories of the week.
Celebrated her Oscars win with a new tattoo, one we can only hope is also an inside joke with Julia Roberts.
Dyed her hair red for an upcoming film—no, not Blue Crush 3.
Found the biggest downside of being the First Lady to be that she couldn’t sign cosmetics contracts—that, and having to wear flats.
Created a misleadingly shoppable set for the brand’s Fall 2014 show, but forbade guests from taking Chanel-branded doormats, shopping carts, and chocolate bars with them.
Continues to inspire. Watch Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX’s video for proof.
Plans to make her TV debut in Tim Frith’s drama Timeless. Our fingers are crossed her next role will be a cameo on Downton Abbey.
Quit her label Holmes and Yang. RIP.
The former Victoria’s Secret model is the new face of Wonderbra. Now we know Miranda’s real secret.
Went on the cutest West Coast trip with her musical doppelganger Taylor Swift. Instagrammed like crazy, naturally.
Celebrated his Oscar for Best Supporting Actor with a standard Terry Richardson photoshoot. It’s not quite a tattoo, but we’ll take it.
The single lens (not the publication) is making a majeur comeback. Again.
Olsen, Mary Kate
Is now wearing a vintage Cartier engagement ring worth more than $80,000. Not too bad, considering she was a teenage billionaire.
Dyed her hair purple; upstages Kate Bosworth by a long shot.
Received criticism from McDonalds employees for his fast food-inspired Moschino debut; will not be designing uniforms for the chain any time soon.
Dior’s designer—and his first couture collection—is the subject of a new documentary. John Galliano not included.
Shot the Louis Vuitton spring advertising campaigns. Now that he’s no longer shooting Marc Jacobs perhaps he has some time to fill?
van Lamsweerde, Inez and Vinoodh Matadin
Plan to add clothing to their ever-expanding lifestyle brand. No word on who will be shooting the campaign.
Shaved her head to make a point about climate change. And because the Dame can certainly get away with it.
Collaborating with Uniqlo on a collection of T-shirts and hats—yes, hopefully like that hat.