There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
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Seriously, though, what did they do to our beloved California girl?!
She looks like David Bowie's wax statue with that mullet and unlined, personality-less face!
Enough is enough!
Check out both versions of Cameron's overly-Photoshopped Interview cover in the gallery (below)!
It's different… but, we LIKE it!
She wore a black and white high-collared Prabal Gurung gown, but what really caught our eye was her '70s bouffant and striking eye makeup, which looked like it belonged on the cover of a Ziggy Stardust album.
Such a departure from her 1960s princess look she has going on as Betty
Draper Francis on Mad Men.
She may not have the most conventional look on the red carpet, but she definitely stands out!
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Or so the website says!
Phyllis Cohen, makeup artist for David Bowie, Annie Lennox, Steve Strange, and many more, is letting everyone look like she’s been working on them for hours, but it takes minutes!
Face Lace is her newest product and it gives the wearer an intricate design on their face! The best part is the designs are reusable and affordable!
Think of them as fake eyelashes' trendy cousin. Ha!
We could srsly see this catching on.
Ch-ch-check out some more face lace designs (below)!
Break out the hairspray and the crimper! Because Jean Paul Gaultier is taking everyone back to the 80s!
On Saturday the French designer presented his S/S 2013 offerings, and like Philip Treacy, he had pop icons on the brain.
JPG said in his show notes:
"This is an homage to all the pop stars of the Eighties who have influenced fashion and my fashion with their look. Any similarity with real events or characters is purely noncoincidental."
JPG even threw in a David Bowie twin for good measure.
As for the clothes, they weren't so bad either. That is if you don't mind reliving all the 80s trends.
Check out show HIGHlights in the clip (above)!