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FASHIONABLE NEWS OF THE WEEK: Teen Vogue’s new Beauty Director, Tom Ford planned parenthood and Valentino reveals Anne Hathaway’s wedding dress.

Not long ago I told you how Eva Chen was leaving Teen Vogue, and although her future plans haven’t surfaced yet Teen Vogue has named a new Beauty Director. Elaine Welteroth, Glamour’s Senior Beauty Editor, will begin move up a few floors (or was it down? I can’t remember the Condé Nast elevator directory) on October 15th.

I guess there go all of our dreams of Teen Vogue waiting for us to go to school, graduate, intern and have the position ready for us.

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Everyone knows how their story goes. And now Tom Ford has given birth  and Richard Buckley have a baby named Alexander John Buckley Ford. I can already picture the little socialite dating Suri Cruise after nap time is over! Now we want pictures please…someone?

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J-Lo’s daughter wore $2,410 worth of Chanel to this week’s runway show in Paris…Enough said. 

Ps. J-Lo are you looking to adopt a 19 year old boy from Colombia? if you are hit me up.

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Valentino Haute Couture FINALLY revealed the original sketch in which Anne Hathaway got married in. Lucky bitch, joking I love her, but still…Lucky bitch.

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In more Chanel related news…
We all know at least some part of Chanel’s history, but what better way to learn all about than with a video made by the Chanel house itself? They release earlier this week a super fun, and informative video telling the story of Coco Chanel, and the brand itself. Click HERE to go to the website.

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The countdown to NYC starts! I will be flying out this Friday and meeting up with my cousin who’s flying from L.A. it will be a fun week of posts. Especially since I haven’t been to NYC in almost a year! So you have got to stay tuned.

It’s time for Humour Chic cartoons of our favorite fashion icons!

There is Anna Wintour, Karl Lagerfeld, Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs and Arnault. 

Enjoy!

(Images courtesy of WWD)

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