Beauty

Model of the Week: Ella Merryweather

Model of the Week: Ella Merryweather

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As gorgeous and genetically versatile as she wants to be, Ella Merryweather is our new obsession since the Internet idolatry of Omahyra Mota in 2006. This stunning British beauty is our pick of the week because the contour of her jaw is extremely exciting and we can get lost in her eyes.

<strong>Model of the Week</strong>: Panos Gianneas

Model of the Week: Panos Gianneas

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Panos Gianneas, a Nikos Liakos discovery is our first Model of the Week. See why.

Interview: LaRayia Gaston

Interview: LaRayia Gaston

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23-year-old LaRayia Gaston, a bicoastal businesswomen, surpasses one of the most cliché ideals of humanity daily: Beautiful women are stupid.

The Mugshot: Arrest #5

The Mugshot: Arrest #5

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In alleged criminal attire, this budding talent finds herself posing for the likes of our law enforcement in Canada. Shall we read her her rights?

The Mugshot: Arrest #4

The Mugshot: Arrest #4

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Kim, you have the right to remain stylish. You cute thing, you. En route a meeting yesterday, our Editor spotted Kim walking across the street and felt compelled to make an arrest. We seriously doubt this fashionable little angel will make bail.

The Mugshot: Arrest #3

The Mugshot: Arrest #3

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Just hanging out at Boráros Square in Budapest, Zsuzsi Majdán captures a lovely lady who’s committed an awful crime of being way too cute with friendly pet sidekick en route.

The Mugshot: Arrest #2

The Mugshot: Arrest #2

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As nasty (muddy) as it was on Randall’s Island, we were in great spirits and so were they. Have a look at the most friendly, filthy (from the mud) and stylish threesome you’ll ever see on the Internet. You’re welcome.

The Mugshot: Arrest #1

The Mugshot: Arrest #1

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Yesterday, Brand Development suggested we start a style watch column that features images of people we find stylish. Today, we bring you three of the coolest women in SoHo (New York City).

Interview: Aunjoli

Interview: Aunjoli

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Aunjoli, our first muse, is an indication of what we used to be. Real.