Style Notes: Lion Babe Is Pantene's New Curly Girl; Kendall + Kylie Swim Has Arrived

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Jillian Hervey, a.k.a. Lion Babe, Is Pantene's Newest Spokesmodel [Instagram]
Jillian Hervey, better known by her stage name, Lion Babe, is the newest spokesmodel for Pantene. The singer joins A-listers like Selena Gomez and Gisele Bundchen as a face of the brand. She is, however, notably the first naturally curly girl that has modeled for the line in recent history. Pantene joins Dove as one of a few mainstream hair care brands encouraging customers to embrace their natural texture.


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Kendall + Kylie Swim Is Available Tomorrow [Preta-a-Reporter Inbox]
Kendall and Kylie Jenner's first swimwear collection has been revealed in full. The 37-piece collection, available Thursday in select TopShop and Nordstrom stores and online at, includes bikinis, one-pieces and cover-ups. Priced between $37 and $85, the colorful collection includes metallics and blue cheetah print as well as shades of neon, and yes, it's already Snapchat-approved. 

Haley Bennett Covers Interview Mag [Interview]
Actress Haley Bennett, who stars in this fall's The Girl on the Train, landed the cover of Interview Magazine's June/July issue. In her feature, the up-and-coming starlet dishes on her journey to this moment in her career and her latest projects, as well as the one time she brought an apple pie to an audition: "Oh, my gosh, when I was auditioning with [director] Antoine [Fuqua], for The Magnificent Seven, my final screen test, I brought in an apple pie. I always joke that that’s what really got me the role."


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Bouchra Jarrar Shows First Lanvin Collection [Vogue]
Bouchra Jarrar, who was named as Alber Elbaz's replacement at Lanvin in March of this year, quietly debuted her first collection for the French fashion house on Wednesday. The 2017 resort collection, which Jarrar may also show in July at Couture Week, features the crisp tailoring which her namesake label was known for, as well as the designer's own take on Lanvin's classic cocktail look. Things appear to be looking up for Lanvin, whose fall 2016 collection — created by an in-house team of designers before Jarrar's appointment — was critically panned.