1. Naomi Campbell Opens Couture Fashion Week for Versace (Via Epoch Times)

Okay woah woah woah Naomi Campbell looked AMAZING in her surprise appearance in Versace’s Fall 2013 Couture show. She kicked off the entire couture week in a little beaded uni and she couldn’t have looked better.  Damn. [Photo by Pascal Le Segretain via Getty Images]

Naomi Campbell Couture Versace Fall 2013

 

2. Behind The Scenes of Cara Delevingne’s Newest Campaign for Pepe Jeans London (via Grazia Daily)

We know, we know; you’re eventually going to tell us to shut up about Cara Delevingne but we seriously can’t help it. Admittance is the first step to recovery right? Okay anyway, here’s some behind the scenes material from her latest campaign with Pepe Jeans London. As the newest face of the brand, she kicks of their F/W 2013 campaign. [Image via Grazia Daily]

Cara Delevingne Pepe Jeans London

3. Luxury Jewelry Brands take on Nail Rings (via Grazia Daily)

Anna Dello Russo, editor at large of Vogue Japan and all around fashionista sociallite, uploaded a picture to Instagram of her Asherali Knopfler nail ring. This pint sized ring is over a thousand dollars. Yeah. Luxury jewlery designers have taken to the new nail ring trend. Luckily all nail rings aren’t $1000 because we’re loving them. #frugalista [Images via Grazia Daily]

Nail Ring

Nail Rings Anna Dello Russo

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Justin Gilbert is a rising senior at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. He is studying Advertising and Public Relations, with a minor in Studio Art. This course of study stemmed from his love of design, fashion, creativity, and innovative marketing. This summer, Justin hopes to gain valuable insight and experience in the world of editorial fashion. In the future, Justin plans to be a fashion public relations professional while simultaneously growing his blog, The Style Lion, to become a staffed publication and a brand of its own.

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