Chic Clicks: Jourdan Dunn Dropped From Dior Show Because of Chest Size; Plus, FEED Launches at Target

07/01/2013 at 07:07 PM ET

Jourdan Dunn Mike Marsland/Wireimage

–Drama on the catwalk. British model Jourdan Dunn Tweeted to over 86,000 followers that she was axed from the Christian Dior Couture fashion show in Paris because of her “boobs” [Twitter]

–In what might be the cutest picture to ever hit the Internet, BeyoncĂ© shares a snap of a pint-sized Tom Ford heel from Blue Ivy’s closet [The Cut]

–Time to shop for a good cause. The FEED USA collection for Target has just launched! A portion of proceeds from the line, which features clothing and home goods, will help feed hungry families across the country [Target]

Kate Moss wants to clad your cell phone in couture. The supermodel is teaming up with Carphone Warehouse to create a line of “fashion tech” accessories launching this summer! [Telegraph]

Amy Poehler may look great in heels on the red carpet, but the comedienne reveals she would never wear a pair for an Improv performance [Huffington Post Style]

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