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Emma Stone in Vogue: I Don't See Myself as a Style Setter

Apr/21/2014 at 12:38 PM ET

Emma Stone VogueCraig McDean for VOGUE

Emma Stone has had a seriously stylish month, kicking off a whirlwind world tour to promote The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in chic menswear, daringly different dresses, beautiful hairstyles and this showstopping moment. And now she’s capping the whole thing off with a Vogue cover — and true to her signature fashionably funny form, she conducted her interview in (wait for it) a Build-a-Bear workshop in a mall in L.A.
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Jane Lynch on Dressing Her Tall Frame: I Like Extra-Long Jeans and a Sturdy Heel

Apr/11/2014 at 09:30 AM ET

Jane Lynch O MagazineChris Craymer

Contrary to what Gleeks may think, Jane Lynch doesn’t always rock Sue Sylvester’s sizable collection of track suits. The comedian prefers more fashionable clothes — though labels don’t always offer much for her lanky 6-foot figure.
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Miley Cyrus: I Used to Think I'd Die Without a Boyfriend

Apr/08/2014 at 08:30 AM ET

Miley Cyrus Elle coverPhotographed by Michael Thompson for ELLE

Miley Cyrus, 21, has been asserting her independence through various means for some time now. She’s cut her hair, lost her pants, ended things with her fiancé and taken off on a wild world tour. And, she says in the May issue of Elle magazine, all this rebelling is starting to pay off.

In an interview with 17-year-old Rookie magazine editor (and fellow widely watched teen) Tavi Gevinson, Cyrus explains that she’s grateful for growing pains in leaving Disney and ending things with fiancé Liam Hemsworth, because it helped her get to where she is today.
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Mindy Kaling Goes Wild in the Vogue Closet and More From Her Photoshoot

Mar/27/2014 at 01:20 PM ET

Mindy Kaling VogueNorman Jean Roy

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West may have gotten everyone’s attention with their splashy Vogue debut, but for our money, the best part of the fashion mag’s April issue isn’t on the cover — it’s inside. Mindy Kaling makes her first appearance in the pages of Vogue, though if the below video is any indication, it may be her last.
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PHOTOS: January Jones Poses Nude in Furs, the Bath for Violet Grey

Mar/19/2014 at 06:32 PM ET

January Jones violet grayCourtesy Ben Hassett

January Jones may play the epitome of the 1950s ice queen on Mad Men, but in real life she’s not afraid to be provocative. “I try to take risks and shock people a little bit,” she says in the latest edition of Violet Grey. “It’s important to provoke some sort of emotion, negative or positive.”
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Kate Moss's Little Sister Makes Her Modeling Debut In Teen Vogue: Get the Exclusive First Look!

Mar/13/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

Kate moss little sister modelCourtesy Teen Vogue

One of the most buzzed-about moments at Kate Moss‘s 2011 wedding — aside from the dress and the three-day reception — was her half-sister Lottie’s public debut (she’s the tallest flower girl in this photo). Though only 13, she bore a strong enough resemblance to her famous older sister that people immediately started rumors about a possible modeling career.
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Rihanna to Vogue: I Get My Jewelry from Claire's and Shop In the Men's Department

Feb/18/2014 at 02:09 PM ET

Rihanna VogueDavid Simms/Vogue

There aren’t many stars these days about whom top designers might say, “She’s a very talented dresser” — as Pucci’s Peter Dundas does about Rihanna in March’s Vogue cover story about the megastar. In fact, we don’t know who else could garner effusive style praise from designers as wide-ranging as Alexander Wang (“There is no one else that excites me more”) to Tom Ford (of her style: “It’s everything pop culture needs to move forward.”). But that’s why she’s become a style icon in her own right — and why she’s gracing the fashion magazine for the third time.

And it’s also why it’s so great that Rihanna doesn’t take her style seriously at all. “My jewelry’s all fake — from Claire’s. Or I get it from my mom’s boutique in Barbados. Her shop’s called FAB-U-LUS,” she says. And she’s candid about her ever-changing hair. “It’s not my hair, but the girl who donated it, she’s the bomb,” she says. “I have two main hair people I work with. They’re always with me. I’m like, ‘I’m bored! I wanna change my hair!’ That’s the good thing about a weave. You can do whatever with it.”
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