Kim Kardashian in Givenchy

Kim Kardashian in Givenchy. Courtesy of Getty/Gucci

Almodovar, Pedro
The mastermind behind such Cannes darlings as Julieta, Volver, and Bad Education will preside over the jury of the festival's 2017 edition; he last served on the jury 25 years ago, in 1992.

Ford, Tom
Though he's not showing this season, Ford will still make his presence known at New York Fashion Week: He's slated to be honored at An Unforgettable Evening, a gala benefiting the Women's Cancer Research Fund, at the end of the week.

Gomez, Selena
She and new boyfriend The Weeknd took in some Renaissance nudes over the weekend. Mesmerizing.

Kardashian, Kim
Won't be getting her stolen jewelry back any time soon. It's reportedly been melted down for sale — the pieces themselves too recognizable for the black market — and offloaded in Belgium. (The word is, her engagement ring is still intact, though — so there's a glimmer of hope there.)

McConaughey, Matthew
Though his career has flourished since 2013's Dallas Buyers Club, Matthew McConaughey's mother does not acknowledge the McConaissance. (Like any protective mother, she'd like to see her son with a bit of meat on his bones — but not too much.)

Woodhouse, Julian
Though the emerging designer is a veteran of the United States military, the 27-year-old isn't about army-inspired designs with his label, Wood House. Get to know Woodhouse, the new talent New York Fashion Week: Men's needs, here.

Yates, Sally Q.
Sally Yates served as Barack Obama's deputy attorney general, and the Trump administration requested she stay on as acting attorney general until Sen. Jeff Sessions's confirmation — but, when Yates refused to uphold Trump's executive order closing United States borders amid ongoing legal challenges, she was promptly fired and replaced by Dana Boente, a far more Trump-sympathetic United States attorney from Virginia.

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