Tom Ford Is Flattered

In case you missed them, here are the top style stories from the week leading up to July 12th

Tom Ford

Beyoncé Wears only body glitter and jewelry on the cover of Flaunt magazine—because she can.

Bryant, Janie The Mad Men costume designer lands her own reality TV show; good news for anyone still watching Mad Men.

Bynes, Amanda Wore a blue wig to court; continues to insist that she is sane.

Downton Abbey Coming out with a cosmetics line in October, at British chain Marks & Spencer, for all those who desire to smell like Edwardian England.

Ford, Tom Is flattered that Jay-Z named a song after him. Well, duh.

Gaga, Lady Walked around Midtown in a bra. What else is new?

Gomez, Selena Designs sequined sports bras for Adidas; reminds the world of her age.

Hudson, Kate Also designing a collection of workout gear; no sequins in sight.

Moore, Julianne Goes blonde; shocks the tabloids.

Nelson, Willie Stars secondary to his magestic braids in the new John Varvatos ad campaign.

Net-a-Porter The luxury retailer will now offer same-day delivery to the Hamptons; what took them so long?

Nas Designs a streetwear collection; was jealous of Kanye X A.P.C.

Paltrow, Gwyneth Collaborates with Soludos on a line of affordable, cute espadrilles; was also jealous, apparently, of Kanye x A.P.C.

Polge, Jacques The legendary Chanel fragrance creator plans to retire; have no fear, his son Olivier will take his place. No. 5 forever.

Project Runway An advertisement for the upcoming season was banned in Los Angeles for featuring nude models; in other news, Project Runway is still on TV?

Roitfeld, Carine Styled a shoot for V magazine inspired by—wait for it—teenage Carine Roitfeld. That’s all.

Scott, L’Wren Announces a collaboration with Banana Republic; is a reality TV show next?

Uniqlo Plans to open 10 new stores in the US; continues to plot world domination.

Wang, Vera Hits the red carpet in an oversized accessory: Hey Vera, do you want some dress with that belt?

Wintour, Anna Endorses Hillary Clinton for president in 2016; chances of another Vogue cover for the former secretary of state skyrocket.