So much for that quiet time!
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It's a models-on-covers renaissance!
There was a time when models covered magazines exclusively, but actresses and musicians have basically usurped their thrones for a while now.
Daria's well-known in the fashion world, but she's not exactly a household name, and for the US version (international versions do it all the time so it's not as noteworthy) of Bazaar to put her on their front page is a pretty big deal!
Daria also gets her own interview with the mag, talking about her self-imposed hiatus from the modeling world, her workout routine, and her love of Sinead O'Connor.
Read on for some HIGHlights, including her feelings on a certain celeb feud …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
The two mega-models only recently launched their Diversity Coalition campaign to open a discussion about the lack of diversity on runways, and they’re already seeing results!
The Face mentor boasted about improvements she's seen on S/S 2014 catwalks while being interviewed in London on Thursday, saying:
Whoa, guys, Rooney Mara's face is GORGE! She doesn't even seem to be wearing any mascara in T magazine's latest issue and still her eyes are hypnotizing!
Like fellow brooder Robert Pattinson, the actress sticks to her patented stone-faced posing for the publication, wearing various menswear-inspired pieces by Celine and Commes des Garcons in some type of dark forest setting.
Pretty much what we expected!
In the shot (above), she's bundled up
And Kimmy made sure she looked good!
The future mom busted out the hot rollers and a very ladylike satin black empire waist Jil Sander dress for her El Lay courthouse appearance on Friday morning.
And now that the divorce is officially settled, what will she wear to celebrate?!
We're going to take a wild guess and say leather.
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Usually people want to make their ex jealous when they see them post breakup, but that wasn’t the case here.
For the uneventful courtroom showdown, Kimmy covered her Kimbryo in a printed Jil Sander coat dress worn over white pants and paired with black pumps.
A slicked back ponytail and arresting red lips completed her failed settlement style.
We can only imagine what she'll wear for the pre-trial later this month! Get your popcorn ready!
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Shopping without annoying mall muzak and cell phones going off every five seconds and people shouting over sales?
We've dreamed about it, but we never actually thought it could happen!
UK department store Selfridges has announced plans for a silent shopping space called "No Noise," inspired by an idea founder Harry Gordon Selfridge had in 1909.
The space, which will be located in the store's Ultralounge, will require
Bullett magazine has also adopted an artistic point of reference for its January "Surreal Issue," putting Elle Fanning on the cover and superimposing streaks of bright paint across her blonde hair.
Because this is the art issue, and streaks of paint across a person's hair obviously conveys that. In case you were wondering.
But the clothes are the best part!