Denounces sexy selfies in the same interview where she admits to shopping at Spencer’s Gifts. Consistent.
Plans to save the Italian fashion industry. If any one can…
Has inspired those fevered individuals looking for discounted technology to camp outside of a Best Buy. A week early.
Bleached her brows. Proved it is possible for her to look crazier than she did last week.
Exits her eponymous label.
Designed embellished leather boxing shorts that cost $2,590 for Barneys in an attempt to sway the conversation against their controversial collaboration.
Revealed both her breasts and the fact that she hasn’t read Instagram’s strict no-nudity policy simultaneously. Turned 18.
Can now be implanted onto a very stylish eyeball. Ouch.
Denies photoshopping the images she posts of herself on Instagram—even though all evidence is to the contrary.
Will design super cute, mixed-print sneakers for Puma, naturally.
Ditched her slip at the LA premiere of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Must have coordinated with her undergarment-less co-star Jena Malone.
Named People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive. At least half of the Victoria’s Secret Angels agree with this declaration.
Bottega Veneta's creative director is getting funding to grow his eponymous line.
Shot the 2014 Pirelli calendar, despite having died in 2004.
Was elected to the CFDA board, sans Mary Kate. Sorry sister.
Reveals that her style does have limits: W’s November issue cover star refuses to wear any outfit that shows her private parts. Really, she’s a pragmatist.
Youtube’s star beauty vlogger will make $5 million this year. One word: Damn.
Brought his exhibition of photographs of Peruvian women to New York from—where else?—Peru.
Replacing Miranda Kerr as the face of Mango. Has not yet been caught photoshopping her Instagram photos.
Gave a lecture on design at Harvard in hopes of securing North’s spot.