Just when we're getting used to pierced septums, model/actress/It GIrl Cara Delegingne has upped the ante by showing up in London for the Chanel Exhibition party with a stunning ring in her bottom lip.

She was photographed with the same lip-ring on several occasions, indicating to most viewers that it was going to be a permanent part of her look, much like FKA Twigs and her nose ring.

On a subsequent night, however, Cara was seen wearing a double lip-ring that some took as proof the adornments were temporary.

Us magazine believes the lip-rings are removable cuffs like this one by Established Jewelry ($800 and up.)


Did Cara get her lip pierced or not, millions of girls want to know. The fate of all those lips hangs in the balance until Cara or one of her BFF's decides to clear up the mystery.

Meanwhile, Cara has opened up about other aspects of her life in an interview with Rupert Everett. She talked candidly about her struggle with depression, and how yoga has helped to keep her grounded.

Get ready to fall in love with Cara even harder, if that is  possible.


When you cross Daniel Day-Lewis with French beauty Isabelle Adjani, it's no surprise that the result is stunning: Meet Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis, 20.

Gabriel appeared at the Vogue Paris Foundation Gala this week, and made quite an impression. His bone structure, his piercing blue eyes, his striking eyebrows, and his chic attire all caused a stir.

When he made his next public appearance at the Chanel Couture show, as Julianne Moore's escort, his star quality was confirmed.

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What does young Gabriel do when he's not making public appearances? Who cares!

Oh fine, he's an aspiring model and occasional rapper. And he has an Instagram account.

Interested, ladies and gays? The line starts right behind me.

Kendall Jenner had the honor of closing out Chanel's Fall Haute Couture show, wearing a 'Bridal Pantsuit' and a shockingly awful short hairdo that drew gasps of horror throughout the fashion world.

Karl Lagerfeld staged his show at the Grand Palais, where a fake Art Deco casino had been constructed. Celebrities milled around the fake card tables as the models sailed through, each wearing the same hideous cropped hairdo.

The hairstyle brought to mind an old fashioned mental asylum, but Kendal Jenner somehow still managed to maintain a hint of her striking beauty. Other models seemed resigned to looking desperately ugly in their cruelly shorn bobs.

The universe sighed in relief afterwards, when Kendall was seen with her long hair intact.

Still, Karl should be punished for his little joke. Cutting off his ponytail would be a good start.

What do you fashionistas think?


Katy Perry looks totally unrecognizable on the cover of the new Wonderland magazine!

The 30-year-old is known for changing her hair color, and over the years has rocked just about every hue you can think of—even managing to change her hair color twice in one night at the Grammys—going from lavender on the red carpet to jet black on the stage.

But platinum blonde is definitely a new look, and it kinda suits her…which, may be because she’s actually a natural blonde!

Yep, really!

In line with Perry’s love of rocking new looks, Wonderland shot three different covers of Katy in three different personas—one with the platinum blonde ‘do, and two with a deep red bobbed wig.

According to the magazine:

The covers see the pop chameleon showcasing just how versatile she is, adorned in Fendi, Christian Dior and Chanel. We’re sure you’ll agree she looks mesmerizing, after all as Katy put it it’s one of the favorite shoots I’ve ever done.

Well, she certainly looks a damn site better than she did on Monday night at the Met Ball in NYC.

Wearing a horrific fishtailed Moschino graffiti dress, long gloves and carrying a spray paint can-handbag thing, Perry, complete with a 'Kris Jenner’ black pixie wig, scored a complete red carpet fashion fail.

But perhaps there was more to that Kris Jenner wig than meets the eye—as, it turns out Perry is a HUGE fan of the momager, along with the rest of the Kardashian klan.

“Kris Jenner is very important to me," Perry raved to ET. "That is not sarcastic at all. She has a great sense of humor and she's kind of like the mother of everyone.

"I was thinking the other day, we've all had our own commentary on the Kardashians, but if they hadn't existed, we wouldn't have had the fantastic Bruce Jenner who is just evolving everybody right now with all of his wonderfulness. So, the Kardashians in my book are completely valid."

Kristen Stewart is working her magic once again for Karl Lagerfeld!

The Twlight beauty—who seems to be embracing a more androgenous look as of late—expresses a more sophisticated of herself in the striking new campaign.

The black and white photos showcase the 24-year-old rocking her signature pout, and kinda bringing back "the Rachel."

Stewart recently told CR Fashion Book. "I do not approach my life tactfully at all."

(This is definitely not true at all—as Popdust previously reported,  one time, she hung out in the bathroom at The Chateau Marmont to warn people not to use the stall on the left because someone had barfed.)

But then she also said:

I'm incredibly impulsive and I am definitely an intense weirdo. I love living and I love people. They trip me out and I want to know more about them all the time. That isn't something I can turn off and on.

Which is true. Maybe. I dunno.


Coco Chanel once said, "nature gives you the face you have at twenty. Life shapes the face you have at thirty. But at fifty you get the face you deserve."

Wise words indeed—but, what if you don't WANT the face you deserve?!! What if you look in the mirror and rue all those late nights, years of smoking, sun bathing, fast living?

Are you stuck? Or, turning to Cher for inspiration—is it possible to "turn back time"?!! Well, just one look at Cher should provide you with the answer to that dilemma!

Prominent New York plastic surgeon, Dr. Robert Tornambe, has written an extensive guide to facial aging and beauty for the Huffington Post—split into three segments.

The first, chronicles the aging process and detailes the factors affecting it.

The second, offers up a number of recommendations to slow the process through lifestyle changes.

The third, cuts straight to the chase—offering up advice on how to turn back the ravages of time medically and, or, surgically.

Dr. Tornambe outlines the various medical and surgical options that are available for those wishing—or considering—to pursue that route, and breaks them down into age group recommendations per decade.

From chemical peels and Botox in your thirties—laser resurfacing and fillers in your forties—fat transplants and mini brow lifts in your fifties—facelifts and eyelid surgery in your sixties—and the best advice ever for those in their seventies—Dr. Tornambe offers a comprehensive, yet conservative, guide for all ages.

As he explains, another alternative to surgical or medical procedures is to "lead a healthy lifestyle, adopt a solid skin care routine, and simply grow older with dignity! I am a proponent of discovering and enjoying the inner and outer beauty in each decade of life. The choice is yours."

Meanwhile, he quotes Lucille Ball, "The secret of staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly, and lie about your age."

Amen to that!

Follow Dr. Tornambe on Twitter—and check out his website here to learn more.