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Dolce & Gabbana Models Took Selfies on the Runway

They say art imitates life and so the adage played out on the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2016 runway. Of course, the design duo’s latest collection was bursting at the seams with heavy-handed Italian flare, embellished accessories, printed scarves and enough ornate headgear to shake a stick at. But this season, the models were armed with cell phones (accessorized with predictably ornate covers) and took selfies as they made their way down the catwalk.

We think the Kardashian-Jenners would most certainly approve. Of course, Dolce & Gabbana posted a few of the straight-from-the-runway selfies to its Instagram feed, and they are as adorable as you’d expect. Peep a few of our faves below.


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WATCH: Justin Bieber Demands Some R-E-S-P-E-C-T from His Legion of Aussie Fans

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Whether you’re pro-Justin Bieber or not, if you saw him walking down the street, chances are you’d probably ask for a photo with him. Maybe it’s for the claim, the LOLs or the double taps, but, unfortunately for you, the Biebs might not be so willing to jump in your selfie if you don’t treat him the way he feels he so deserves.

After arriving in Melbourne yesterday, September 27, the Canadian pop star got snappy on Snapchat, asking for some R-E-S-P-E-C-T with little-to-no Aretha Franklin sass, but soaring levels of princess, delivering a speech with some mumbo jumbo about honouring the “moment”.

“The way you ask or approach me when you want a photo with me is going determine if I take a photo or not. If I’m walking somewhere or arriving somewhere and you guys are asking me to take a photo, if I don’t respond, if I continue to keep walking, the likelihood is that I probably don’t want to take a photo at that moment,” he explained. (more…)

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Link Buzz: The Olsen Twins Aren’t About This Intern Lawsuit, Lily-Rose Depp Nabs a Spread in a Major Magazine

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  • All about H&M’s first hijab-wearing campaign model. [Fusion]
  • Caitlyn Jenner has legally changed her name and gender. Congrats Miss Thing! [EW]
  • It girl Lily-Rose Depp makes an appearance in Vogue Paris. [Grazia Daily]
  • Get down all weekend long to Janet Jackson and Missy Elliott’s new jam. [EW]
  • The Olsen twins want that lawsuit brought against them by a former intern thrown out. [Daily Mail]
  • Everyone’s buying the rose gold iPhone. [Racked]
  • Kerry Washington would love it if Beyoncé guest starred on Scandal. So would we. [EW Radio]

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Mert and Marcus’ Secret Project for DSECTION Magazine Is Out! (Forum Buzz)

Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott have been teasing us for weeks via Instagram about their “upcoming secret project” for an undisclosed publication. Rumors began to swirl on our forums that the shoot was for French Vogue until DSECTION magazine unveiled its fourth anniversary issue using the highly-anticipated shoot. We half expected multi-covers, but the title opted for just one featuring the photographic duo lounging around with Anna Ewers, Natasha Poly, Malgosia Bela, Saskia de Brauw and Irina Shayk.

DSection Fall 2015 by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott


Yet DSECTION may just as well have given us a blank page to save the publication from embarrassment (including the awkward misspelling of Saskia’s name). “I don’t like the background. The casting is great though, Malgosia looks splendid. Could have done without Mert and Marcus though. But I hate that they wrote SaskYa on the cover,” pointed out anlabe32.

“Terrible. What makes Mert & Marcus think they deserve to be on a magazine cover?” asked arlekindearrabal.

“They all shot separate or what??? This looks so trashy and baaaaaaaaaaad,” thatsfierce slammed.

Sharing the same sentiments was kokobombon: “Were they on the shoot together? Everyone seems copied/pasted on top of each other, it’s a mess of limbs… don’t like this one bit.”

Creative agreed, commenting, “Beyond cheap. They really look copied-pasted. There’s nothing hot or interesting about it. M&M are both desperate fame-lovers. They love to be in front of the lens.”

“This is so badly photographed! I’d be embarrassed if I was them! Mert and Marcus need to realize that they aren’t models. Their pose is so fake. Was it the secret project? Because it is bad!” echoed a disapproving Aizanara.

“This is the secret project they kept hyping up? It’s terrible,” condemned JessRubik.

Await the content of DSECTION‘s Fall 2015 issue and drop us a comment here.

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We’re Giving Away a $300 Jewelry Shopping Spree from Rue Gembon!

Rue Gembon giveaway

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Everyone deserves a nice, free treat every once in a while — and we’re here to give you one. We’ve teamed up with jewelry label Rue Gembon to bring you an awesome giveaway to help upgrade your fall accessories game. We’re giving away a $300 shopping spree where you get to choose from a huge variety of on-trend jewelry at From delicate, layerable charm necklaces to cute ring sets, Rue Gembon has all the jewelry you need to add a bit of flair to your look, whether you’re going to work or hitting the clubs. 

Entering is a breeze. Just head over to our Facebook page for your chance to win. You’ve got two weeks to enter and the winner will be announced October 8.

So what are you waiting for?

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Goop Has Some Tips for Stephen Colbert’s Lifestyle Brand

Gwyneth Paltrow

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Gwyneth Paltrow and her Goop site get made fun of a ton. By now, the actress turned lifestyle guru is used to it – and she knows how to take a joke. Last week, Stephen Colbert spoofed the celebrity lifestyle brand trend in a hilarious spot on the The Late Show with his mock brand “Covetton House,” which sells extremely expensive artisanal, reclaimed and locally-sourced goods, sometimes crafted by actual bisons. Yeah, it was predictably funny and spot-on. But Paltrow and her team got jokes too.

In honor of Covetton and Snoop Dogg’s marijuana-based lifestyle site, Goop put together a little post to help the fellas launch their own brands: 6 Fail-Proof Tips For Launching a Men’s Lifestyle Site. Amongst their list of suggestions is get in shape (appearance is everything), learn how to effectively tell people what to do and, most importantly, pretend like you actually use the expensive stuff you’re selling. “You need to get out there and quickly establish that you don’t use run-of-the-mill appliances—at least in public. For example, our readers think the best green juice comes from gold-plated juicers; likewise, you want your readers to believe you actually have the one ring to rule them all. Not the one from Etsy. The one from Middle Earth.”

Sounds like pretty sound advice to us!

[h/t E! via Goop]