Kylie Jenner and Tyga

Kylie Jenner and Tyga. Photo by bfanyc.com.

Aden, Halima
Halima Aden, who stole the Yeezy Season 5 show walking the runway in a luxe fur coat and a hijab, just made her Milan Fashion Week debut at Alberta Ferretti. With a CR Fashion Book cover alongside Paris Jackson and the attention of the whole fashion industry, braces-wearing Aden is gaining momentum — and it's just the second day of Milan Fashion Week.

Jenner, Kylie
Adding highlighter — or Kylighter, to be more precise — to her ever-expanding Kylie Cosmetics line.

Jolie-Pitt, Maddox
Teen, scion, executive producer.

Kaluuya, Daniel
An alum of such British favorites as Skins and Black Mirror, Daniel Kaluuya is finally getting his big-screen moment in Jordan Peele's horror-satire Get Out. "Real shit is funny, daily. And real shit is horrifying, daily," he said of the elision of the two genres. "And racism is horrifying, daily. How black people handle racism is kind of sometimes really f---ing funny."

Leto, Jared
In the front row at Gucci, Jared Leto, musician, actor, Gucci muse, and soon-to-be director, dreams of Alessandro Michele-designed costumes for his directorial debut and teases a secret project they may collaborate on.

Prize, LVMH
The jurors of the LVMH Prize, including Jonathan Anderson, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Karl Lagerfeld, and more, have selected their shortlist for the 2017 award. (They're joined by a large panel of "experts," including editors, stylists, photographers, and Kendall Jenner.) The 21 shortlisted finalists, like Palomo Spain, Molly Goddard, and Charles Jeffrey Loverboy, will be whittled down to a mere eight next month. Then, the prize will be awarded in June.

Risso, Francesco
Marni's new creative director, an alum of Prada (where he was hired for his knitwear prowess), is a vintage Comme Des Garçons and Alaïa aficionado with a trigger finger for eBay purchases. He'll present his first collection at the helm of Marni at Milan Fashion Week this weekend.

Scorsese, Martin
Legendary director Martin Scorsese and his longtime actor-collaborator Robert De Niro are taking their talents to Netflix for the upcoming film The Irishman. Also on board: Joe Pesci, Al Pacino. (Someone ring DiCaprio?)

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