Happy Monday, Shoppists! Wanna look way older than you really are? Just wear your makeup like this. [Real Simple]
Is Grumpy Cat the new Choupette? The perennially angry-looking feline went to Vogue. His take? “It was awful.” [Fashionista]
Ooh, this is fun: a roundup of the 50 most important dresses of the past 100 years. (Laura Ashley and Kurt Cobain make appearances!) [Never Underdressed]
And the new face of Lancôme is … (Hint: headband!) [WWD]
This is really interesting: Model Lily Cole launched an altruistic online gift-giving community called Impossible.com. You can post a simple wish (i.e. “I wish I could learn how to knit”) and users can grant it for you—without expecting anything in return. The only currency accepted is a ‘thank you.’ [Vanity Fair]
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