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Jennifer Lawrence Goes Natural For Dior

Plus Abercrombie & Fitch's hair requirements, Kate Moss's shoes, and more of the top stories of the day

• Oh look, it's Jennifer Lawrence looking fresh-faced and stupidly beautiful in a series of new ads for Dior. [Huffington Post]

• American Apparel has a new kind of model -- a Hassidic Jew named Yoel Weisshaus, who is modeling a pair of skinny black jeans in his ad. Life is weird. [Racked]

• Not surprisingly Mike Jeffries-helmed Abercrombie & Fitch has a lot of feelings about the hairstyles its employees wear. Which is why A&F has outlined, in detail, the hair styles and colors allowed by the company. Regarding nails, Abercrombie would like you to wear your nails short and natural. "Fingernails should not extend more than 1/4 inch beyond the tip of the finger. Although a natural nail is preferred, if polish is worn, it should be clear or natural in color." Do you think they make managers walk around with rulers, just in case? • Headed to the shows at NYFW? You're going to need a fashion week beauty survival guide. [Beauty High]

• Do Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell wear tennis shoes? I'm gonna go with "no." But that didn't stop them from designing their very own pairs of supermodel-approved footwear for Adidas. They've been made to benefit the UK LGBT charity Stonewall, and will join custom kicks made by Elton Jon and Kylie Minogue. [Vogue UK]

• In case you were clamoring for some tasteful, naturalistic makeup, well, Bobbi Brown's collab with Katie Holmes is finally here. You can get it at the department store counter or online, if department stores scare you (raises hand). [Bobbi Brown]


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