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Cara Delevingne and Pharrell Recorded a Song

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Image: Getty Images Entertainment

It seems that no area of the entertainment realm will be untouched by Cara Delevingne. The model and aspiring actress is both rumored and confirmed to be involved in quite a few film projects, so many that it’s easy to lose count. She just snagged a role in an adaptation of the YA Novel Paper Towns, is rumored to be the next Bond Girl plus she’s going to be in the upcoming Pan movie. With all these acting roles on her plate plus her modeling duties, it’s a wonder that Cara has time for other career pursuits. But it turns out the model is more of a multitasker than we originally thought. 

In addition to being a budding actress, Cara’s also got a pretty good singing voice and according to the Telegraph, she’s putting it in the hands of Pharrell Williams, who worked with the model on her debut single. A source tells The Sun that Pharrell and Cara plan to pop their latest collaboration on us in the very near future. “They’re going to release the song without warning, complete with video and global launch. They seem to have formed a great little writing collective and apparently it’s a huge song.”

We have no doubts that it will get a lot of buzz — Pharrell is one of the hottest music producers working right now and Cara’s at the top of her game in the fashion world. Their names are individually bound to bring attention to any project. Together, well, that’s a whole new juggernaut of celebrity and certainly a lot of press.

We can’t wait to see what hitmaker Pharrell and Cara release. We’ll definitely be keeping our ears to the ground on this one!

[via Telegraph]

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Jennifer Hawkins Wears a Confusing Outfit While at Work with Jean Paul Gaultier

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Jennifer Hawkins has confused us in her latest getup, mixing prints, colours, and, well, eras and styles, for an Australia’s Next Top Model elimination today alongside guest judge Jean Paul Gaultier. We’re just not really sure what kind of look she was going for, because there was so much going on with her outfit.

The 30-year-old model donned a pink, purple and black one-shoulder crop with frill detail to show off her toned midriff area, teamed with a monochromatic splash-print midi skirt. As if the look wasn’t playful and in-your-face enough already, Jennifer decided to add strappy heels and 80s-style comb-over waves.

Her fresh makeup and tanned skin looked amazing, undoubtedly thanks to her new J Bronze by Jennifer Hawkins tanning range. Confusingly, that also made her look like a beach babe, in conjunction with the salsa-dancer-meets-80s-school-girl vibes she was already putting out.
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Link Buzz: It Was Viola Davis’ Idea to Take Off Wig and Makeup in HTGAWM, Sophia Amoruso Is Cool with Your Sense of Entitlement

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Image: Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.com

  • Expect to see these faces in the DKNY spring campaign. [@MadeInChynna]
  • It was Viola Davis’ idea to remove her makeup and her wig in last night’s episode of How to Get Away with Murder. [People]
  • Bono wears sunglasses all the time, not because he’s a pretentious rock star, but because he actually needs them for his glaucoma. [The Telegraph]
  • ModCloth experiences second round of layoffs since the summer. [Fashionista]
  • Laverne Cox talks about the first time she wore a dress. [MTV]
  • Sophia Amoruso thinks a sense of entitlement is a “healthy” thing. [Fortune]
  • There’s a Mazzola retrospective happening at the Hearst Tower. [WWD]
  • No surprises here: Amal Clooney is now the most influential person in London. [Page Six]

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Cate Blanchett, Karolina Kurkova, Adriana Lima and More Front IWC Schaffhausen’s Latest Campaign

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IWC Schaffhausen is trying to woo the ladies. The Swiss luxury watch brand has launched a new collection of watches geared toward both men and women, the Portofino Midsize collection, a spinoff of its wildly popular Portofino range. The timepieces caught on quite well and now, IWC is taking the watch and sizing it slightly smaller to appeal to those members of both genders with smaller wrists, or those with a taste for a more compact watch.

Each watch in this 27-piece range boasts a slightly smaller face. The old version clocked in at 40mm, while this one is a bit more modest at 37mm. IWC went all-out for the campaign promoting the new line, tapping Cate Blanchett, Adriana Lima, Karolina Kurkova, Ewan McGregor, Zhou Xun, Christoph Waltz and Emily Blunt to appear in the advertisements. Peter Lindbergh and the gang traveled to Portofino to capture the campaign, which boasts images of leisurely drives, intimate garden parties and a little sightseeing to boot.

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Vogue Spain Jumps on the Multi-Cover Bandwagon for November (Forum Buzz)

Vogue Spain jumped on the multi-cover bandwagon by creating three covers for us to choose from at newsstands. The magazine bagged a DNA Model Management package, scoring Edita Vilkeviciute, Kati Nescher and Alessandra Ambrosio for its November issue. The three models were captured wearing sporty frocks from Christian Dior, while sitting on the studio floor looking effortlessly cool as each gazed into Alexi Lubomirski’s lens.

Vogue Spain November 2014

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Members of our forums weigh in on which cover is their favorite. “All great covers but Edita’s is the real standout here. Love the colors against the grey background, too,” proclaimed a satisfied justaguy.

“Yeah, Edita’s cover is definitely the best one. That’s one of her best shots ever. Kati’s cover is second best. Alessandra’s is last. Though to be honest, they all look pretty great. That’s a very, very strong cover from VSpain. Best of the year (unless I’m forgetting something),” replied MyNameIs.

“They all look effortlessly beautiful but it’s true that Edita wins for me. Love the pose and the yellow-white colors of her dress against the grey background. I’m happy she got a cover,” agreed Valentine27.

Edita’s cover certainly stole the majority vote, but the others weren’t forgotten. “Alessandra was SO overdue for a Vogue Spain cover it’s not even funny. So happy to see her here and I think all the covers are pretty beautiful, can’t wait to see the accompanying editorial!” noted marsnoop2.

Kati’s offering got a couple mentions, too. Miss Dalloway sung her praises: “Gorgeous, I like them all, despite the ugly dresses, but I’m here for Kati! So nice to see her back on the cover of Vogue!”

CommanderTMugler gave props to Belen Antolin, who styled the shoot: “They made those horrible Dior dresses look decent, can’t wait for the editorials.”

Which cover do you prefer? See inside the thread for all three in HQ and share your own opinion here.

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