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Jennifer Lawrence's brand-new Dior ads are the prettiest way to start your morning, guaranteed. The actress was shot by famed fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier for the third campaign, showing off the label's quilted bags (and wearing nothing else), as well as what's possibly the chicest pantsuit ever. Because if there's anyone who can convince us to wear one, it's J.Law. Plus, as an added bonus: Dior will stream a video of Lawrence choosing her Oscars dress on Wednesday. Stay tuned for that, and see the ads below! (WWD)
If you missed out on seeing Jeremy Scott's Moschino fashion show IRL yesterday, we got your back. Watch the entire fast food, high fashion mashup below, and let us know...you want fries with that? (YouTube)
The countdown for the Veronica Mars movie has been on for what seems like forever, but we haven't had many details...until now. On a recent set visit, Collider picked up some key tidbits. Like how Veronica had just wrapped up her time at Columbia Law School and was looking for a job, when she got called back for the Neptune High reunion. Or how the shooting schedule is only 23 days (so short!), and the film will share a similar aesthetic vibe to the show itself, in terms of lighting and cinematography. Get more scoop here and keep an eye out for the movie soon. (Collider)
Now that you've had some time to digest Katy Perry's new "Dark Horse" video, what's the deal with all the illuminati references? Get the lowdown, then rewatch the video below and decide for yourself. (The Wire)
Wait, what? Lena Dunham took a "Which Girls Character Are You" and got..... (hint: it's not Hannah!). (Washington Post)
Details about Lana Del Rey's new album have emerged! We already know that Ultraviolence is coming this May, but now we hear she's collaborating with the Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach. She posted a photo on Twitter, saying " "Me and Dan Auerbach are excited to present you Ultraviolence." Does this mean they're working together on the entire LP (he's also an acclaimed producer). Or just the title track?! Let us know what you think. (HitFix)