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Baldwin, Alec

Actor, Trump impersonator, memoirist.

Bridges, Jeff

Wasn't really sure he wanted to go into the family business — acting — until nearly a decade on screen. Then, with 1973's The Iceman Cometh, he was hooked.

Jeff Bridges and his band, The Abiders, enjoy playing Big Lebowski festivals in front of a crowd of Dudes:

Clinton, Tyler

The 22-year-old nephew of those Clintons, now emerging into the spotlight for himself — as an IMG model.

Gucci

Though stymied in his attempts to show an upcoming Gucci collection at Greece's Acropolis, Alessandro Michele has found a suitably grand setting for his Cruise 2018 collection — the Pitti Palace in Florence, Italy. It seems fitting that a designer whose work is so infused with Renaissance detailing will be surrounded by the Renaissance masters.

Jenner, Kendall

The star of a new Pepsi campaign that debuted Tuesday to much backlash across the internet — it features the model and Kardashian confronting a police officer and appeasing him with a can of Pepsi, echoing images from various protests that have actually taken place in the last year. Some commenters noted the parallels between the image of Jenner in the final scenes and the now-iconic photograph of Ieshia Evans offering herself up to police officers at a Black Lives Matter protest in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Kardashian, Kim

Meanwhile, the elder Kardashian has had plenty to ponder on her own, releasing her latest merch drop on Tuesday. It featured rolling papers and flasks, which wouldn't be surprising for its target audience except Kardashian is a notorious near-teetotaler. And that's not all she's been up to — Kardashian is also the new muse of legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath.

O'Shea, Justin

Just six months after his sudden ouster from Brioni, where he was named creative director in March 2016, the street style star is launching his own brand, SSS World Corp. We wish him all the best.

Syria

On Tuesday, an attack on the Idlib Province in Syria — a region still held by rebels in the north of the country — killed dozens, and as many as 100, of civilians in the area, making it the deadliest such attack in years. Though the Assad regime denied responsibility, President Donald Trump issued a statement condemning the attack and laying a share of the blame on the Obama administration. But the notoriously policy-less Trump team now confronts a crossroads: How best to respond? And, as the New Yorker's Dexter Filkins writes, "If Assad falls, what comes after?"