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Style Notes: Meryl Streep Dresses Like Diane Keaton; Victoria Secret's Angels Star in "2U" Music Video

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Meryl Streep and Diane Keaton at the AFI Event on June 8, 2017.

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Meryl Streep Pays Tribute to Diane Keaton in Annie Hall-Inspired Outfit at AFI Event [Huffington Post]

What do you do when you have tremendous respect for someone? Dress like them — at least, that's our takeaway from Meryl Streep's latest getup. Streep dressed like Diane Keaton's famous character Annie Hall — an oversized black blazer, black-and-white striped tie and popped collar — at an AFI event in L.A., where Diane Keaton was honored with the AFI Life Achievement Award. Keaton and Streep were joined by Woody Allen, who made a rare appearance, Jane Fonda, Lisa Kudrow, Rachel McAdams and Emma Stone. Streep, a former recipient of the AFI Award, said during the ceremony: "Diane Keaton, arguably one of the most covered-up persons in the history of clothes, is also a transparent woman, even though she is famously the only member of the original cast of Hair on Broadway who would not take off her clothes at the end of the show."

Justin Bieber, David Guetta Enlist Victoria's Secret Angels for "2U" Music Video [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]

Justin Bieber and David Guetta have recruited a number of Victoria's Secret Angels to help release their new "2U" single. Models Sara Sampaio, Jasmine Tookes, Stella Maxwell, Romee Strijd, Martha Hunt and Stella Maxwell star in the track's music video, lip-syncing the song while on-set of what must have been a photo shoot for the lingerie brand.

Hillary Clinton to Teen Vogue Contributor: "Your Voice Is So Important" [Twitter]

In December, Teen Vogue published an online article called "Donald Trump Is Gaslighting America" by contributor Lauren Duca that quickly went viral. Duca's powerful op-ed led The New York Times to profile her in January — and Hillary Clinton took notice. The former U.S. secretary of state sent a thank-you letter for her work, which Duca shared on Twitter. "As we know all too well, the Internet is not a friendly place for women, especially those who aren't afraid to speak their minds and challenge established systems of power," Clinton wrote to Duca. "And so I applaud you, and hope you will continue writing and speaking out. Your voice is so important." 

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