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Robert Pattinson Will Engage in a 'Foursome' for Dior

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Confirming rumors started back in October by E!, Robert Pattinson has been named the new face of Dior's men's fragrances. Though the fashion house has tried to keep most of the news under wraps, reportedly the campaign has already been shot and includes Rob in a "foursome in various states of undress" and "kissing one of the models with tongues." [The Cut]

· People who care too much about other people's children are outraged that Rachel Zoe's son Skyler has long hair. [Refinery29]

· Researchers confirm the old wives' tale that stress makes your hair go grey. According to a study, "stress hormones are known to promote skin pigmentation, yet paradoxically and anecdotally, they are believed to promote hair graying." [DailyMail]

· SoulCycle cultists can once again get the studio's signature Jonathan Adler fragrance at home thanks to the rebirth of the grapefruity scent in his new bath-and-body collection. [Style]

· Health guru Rainbeau Mars is suggesting that each of her guests cleanses before her wedding with a "vegan, and subsequently live food diet for 21 days." A Which, if nothing else, should certainly cut down on the guest list.[HuffingtonPost]–—Alyssa Carroll