Clouds of Sils Maria New Trailer

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We've already introduced you to the buzzed-about Kristen Stewart/Chloe Moretz drama, Clouds of Sils Maria. Now, there's a new trailer that tells a little more of the dark story. Watch it below. (YouTube)

Remember the Vanessa Bayer web series, Sound Advice? Well, Vanessa's latest victims are the sisters Haim. Watch them talk hair parts, heeled boots, and stage faces below. (Noisey)

NYLON fave Bishop Nehru is teaming up with Doom for one of the most anticipated rap collaborations of the moment, titled NehruvianDOOM. They released their first song, "Darkness (HBU)"—you HAVE to check it out below. (NME

Some of our favorite designers like Marc Jacobs, Prabal Gurung, and Alexander Wang are being sold at major discounts for CFDA x My Habit"Give With Style"! All profits go to charity, so get your credit cards out and head over to in the next two weeks! (My Habit)

Rita Ora is the new face of Roberto Cavalli, and she's serving up some major Marilyn Monroe vibes in their new Fall/Winter 2014 ads. (Fashion Gone Rogue)

Ever wonder what life as a royal baby is like? Find out all about Prince George's first year, via details from "palace insiders." (Vanity Fair

Folk-rocker Jenny Lewis released the title track to her upcoming album, The Voyager, yesterday. The album, Lewis' first one in six years, drops at the end of the month. (SoundCloud)

Beach-read fave Gillian Flynn already had Gone Girl turned into a film. Now, she's having Sharp Objects adapted into an hour-long TV series. If you haven't read the best-selling novel yet, it's about a reporter who ventures back to her hometown to cover the murder of two preteen girls. Very Law & Order. (EW)

First we heard that Sofia Coppola was creating a live-action version of The Little Mermaid. Now, there's a live-action verison of Dumbo in the works! Ehren Kruger, who has written four Transformers films, will adapt and produce the 1941 Disney classic. Justin Springer, who also worked on Oblivion and the Tron films, will also produce. (Hollywood Reporter)