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Teen Vogue Editors Test Drive British Fascinators; A Beauty Campaign Dedicated to Cats

Teen Vogue editors Jane Keltner de Valle and Sheena Smith test drive Philip Treacy hats over tea, vie Teen Vogue
Teen Vogue editors Jane Keltner de Valle and Sheena Smith test drive Philip Treacy hats over tea, vie Teen Vogue

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· It was only a matter of time: British fashion hats and fascinators are making their way stateside, and Teen Vogue's Jane Keltner de Valle takes some for a test drive. Over tea, of course. [Teen Vogue]

· Karl Lagerfeld is not the only one into cats this season. Here is an entire kitten-inspired beauty campaign, courtesy of Paul & Joe. [Fashionista]

· PETA disapproves of fox-fur merkins. Animal rights aside, there are many, many reasons to agree with them. [Styleite]

· Jean lasering is totally a thing, and our sister site has a video to prove it. [Racked LA]

· Don't call it a come back: LL Cool J will host the Grammys this year. [Washington Post]