Khloe Kardashian and Monica Rose

Monica Rose, Khloe Kardashian and makeup artist Malika Haqq at the Hollywood Reporter's Beauty Dinner in West Hollywood, California, November 2015.

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Ackermann, Haider

The anti-red-carpet designer has managed to become a favorite of Tilda Swinton, PJ Harvey, and even Janet Jackson. Here's how.

Gala, Met

From Bella Hadid's grand entrance to Jaden Smith's strange, brilliant accessory (depending on your perspective, the Met Gala for the new Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons exhibition was a night of action—and looks. Whether you're catching up up on the red carpet, the non-fashion moments (including Diddy lounging on the steps of the Met), or who actually adhered to the theme, we've got you covered.

Gucci

Creative director Alessandro Michele is wading into fragrance for the first time with the latest addition to the Gucci perfume portfolio with Bloom, which is to be fronted by a few of Michele's favorite ladies: Petra Collins, Hari Nef, and Dakota Johnson.

Petra Collins dreams of sleeping in a room that's one giant bed, with Rihanna for company, if possible:

Minaj, Nicki

Rapper Nicki Minaj has long had an in in the fashion world—she's close friends with Riccardo Tisci, late of Givenchy, and can usually have her pick of designs on the red carpet. She upped her game last month when she signed with Wilhelmina Models' celebrity division, and it's paying off: Legendary fashion photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott shot her latest video, for the track "Regret in Your Tears."

Rose, Monica

The Kardashians' split from longtime stylist Monica Rose seems to be heating up—according to a report by a source close to the family, Khloe Kardashian is ready to sue her former stylist.

Sui, Anna

A new exhibition at London's Fashion and Textile Museum, a new art book, and a new interiors collection—beloved New York designer Anna Sui is in for a big summer.