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Gigi Hadid Never Bought Into This Myth About Modeling

No matter how many modeling gigs Gigi Hadid lands, one quality that hasn't changed is her candidness in interviews. As Allure's December cover star, she opened up about her childhood, social media accounts, and modeling career, revealing she was obsess...

Everyone Went For the Creepers – and 15 Other Things to Know About Rihanna’s Fenty x Puma Launch

Rihanna unveiled her Fall 2016 Fenty x Puma collection at Bergdorf Goodman, which is notable in and of itself. But the long line of people at her pop-up shop, who waited hours to scoop up the iconic creepers, means she's got dedicated fans. Rihanna paraded around the store, showing off her favorite items and her outfit: sexy track pants that she unbuttoned up to there, just so you could see her laced thigh-high boots.

As always, Rihanna did not forget to accessorize. The designer arrived at her soirée toting a furry fanny pack, and she left holding a glass of champagne. To top it all off, Rihanna dazzled in over 38 carats of Chopard diamonds, and she didn't hesitate to zoom in on the jewels on Instagram. Read on to get in on the Fenty x Puma action, then shop some of our favorite pieces still available online.

Show Your Stripes With J.Crew’s Exclusive Collection For Net-a-Porter

J.Crew's creative director Jenna Lyons has a sense of style that is undoubtedly her own - one that is overtly reflected in her designs for the beloved retailer. Now, J.Crew has teamed up with Net-a-Porter for an exclusive 25-piece collection that is, well, about as Jenna Lyons as it gets.

The fitting collaboration features separates, accessories, and sneakers all inspired by the iconic Breton stripe. The abbreviated history of the Breton stripe goes as such: it was used in 1858 as the official uniform for men in the French navy until it was adopted by Coco Chanel in 1917 for a nautical collection. Audrey Hepburn, Brigitte Bardot, and Jean Paul Gaultier would later go on to popularize it.

Thus, J.Crew's designs have taken those iconic stripes and reimagined them in interested, yet totally wearable ways. Look ahead for pictures of the collection, available to shop online Sept. 13.