Style Notes: Ariana Grande's Cat Ear Headphones; Lin-Manuel Miranda Covers GQ

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Ariana Grande and Brookstone Collaborate on Cat Ear Headphones [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
As every Ariana Grande fan knows, the starlet's second-favorite hairstyle (behind her sky-high ponytail, of course), is any 'do topped with a cat ear headband. So it was only natural that the 22-year-old was tapped to star in the campaign for Brookstone's line of cat-inspired headwear, designed by Axtent Wear. Grande stars in the ads for the pink, green, purple or blue wireless cat ear headphones, now available for pre-order for $150. That way, you can look like the singer while also listening to her sweet tunes — a double whammy.


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Lin-Manuel Miranda Lands GQ Cover [GQ]
Who's that guy on the cover of GQ's October issue? Why, it's Lin-Manuel Miranda, founding father of Hamilton. However, the Broadway star looks quite a bit different thanks to a fresh shave, a haircut and one satiny bomber jacket. The creative genius got a high-fashion makeover for the issue (which also sees James Marsden, accurately described as "the world's handsomest man," on a cover of his own) wearing Lanvin, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana and more. 


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Harper's Bazaar India Spotlights Trans Models Covers [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
For its October issue, Harper's Bazaar India featured nine women on its covers, including Tyra Banks, model Soo Joo Park and for the first-time in Harper's history, two transgender women: Tracy Africa Norman and Geena Rocero. The diverse cast is part of the glossy's "Nine Wonders of the World," cover story, which highlights global beauty. “Diversity has always been the DNA of Harper’s Bazaar," said Harper’s Bazaar India editor Nonita Kalra. "The Indian edition is delighted to follow in such illustrious step."

L.A. Designers Create Pieces for Wear LACMA Fall Collection [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Los Angeles-based brands Pam & Gela, Oliver Peoples and Lisa Eisner created one-of-a-kind pieces for LACMA's fall 2016 Wear LACMA collection. Now in its fourth year, Wear LACMA celebrates the relationship between L.A.'s art and fashion communities by creating ready-to-wear pieces which draw inspiration from the museum's permanent collection. For example, Oliver Peoples created sunglasses inspired by Chris Burden's iconic "Urban Light" sculpture, while Pam & Gela incorporated crane and blossom motifs from 19th century Japanese ceramics into various apparel items. The collection will be available at LACMA and on the museum's website on Nov. 7, with all proceeds from sales directly benefiting museum programming.