Anna Wintour at the 'Girls' season three premiere.
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What do you wear when you have a Girls premiere to attend and it's -10 degrees outside? If you're Anna Wintour you get #META and wear a fur coat with an ACTUAL GIRL printed on it. Appropriate and warm! The Vogue overlord pulled this Prada Spring 2014 coat from her closet for the event, yet what she wore underneath remains a mystery. Maybe long johns? LOL, JK, we're talking Anna Wintour here. Plus, you can see a black skirt peeking out from below the coat. Doy!
Anna accessorized the coat with a furry scarf that, from certain angles, creates the illusion that a tiny lamb with extra legs is hanging from Anna's neck. Anna's appearance at the premiere seems to dispel many longstanding rumors about her in one fell swoop: that she always wear sunglasses, never smiles, and doesn't have a sense of humor! Wearing a girl jacket to the Girls premiere? You slay me, Wintour. Not even the four ladies on the show used the event as an opportunity to wear their finest Girls-inspired garb. (Good thing, because if they did, the competition from Anna would be too fierce.)
Jennifer Lawrence on the cover of "Vogue"
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Jennifer Lawrence can now add fashion icon to her growing list of achievements: everyone's fave actress/imaginary best friend graces the cover of Vogue's September Issue (her first Vogue cover is the biggest one of the year, NBD). On the cover, which was shot by Mario Testino, J.Law wears a look from the fall 2013 Calvin Klein collection and shows off her Karlie Kloss-inspired bob. She rocks a smoky-eye that highlights her insanely blue eyes and tops off the look with a light pink lip, and a flush of peachy blush. Her only jewelry is a gold signet ring on her pinky that almost exactly matches the tone of her hair.
Emma Stone's "The Amazing Spider-Man" press tour outfits.
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We were pretty confident that with the Cutest Coordinating Couple of the Moment™ promoting their forthcoming movie, The Amazing Spider-Man, that press tour was going to be a satorial feast for the eyes, but leading lady Emma Stone has really exceeded our expectations this week. Posing and smiling for every photocall and premiere, Emma has worn a brand new ensemble for every appearance (as you do). What's notable here, though, is that each time we've seen Miss Stone on this tour, she's slipped into an outfit that's even more diametrically different than the last.
Lana Del Rey for German "Interview."
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One of the most buzzed about record releases of the new year has finally hit record stores nationwide today. That's right, Lana Del Rey's hotly anticipated Born to Die is finally available for public consumption, scrutiny, and enjoyment. Coinciding with the widely anticipated album drop is a pair of deliciously richesse, Bond girl-esque shoots for the February issues of both German and Russian editions of Interview magazine. This bad girl Brigitte Bardot look with a heavy liquid cat eye and deep auburn tresses teased WAY up on her crown is used on both covers but with slightly different treatments. Don't be fooled by the overlap, though; this is but one of a host of gorgeous time-traveling '60s glamour shots brought to us by the international branches of Interview. Walk (or y'know, click) with us!