Style Notes: Selena Gomez Covers Vogue Australia; Jessica Alba Launches "Contoured" Denim

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Selena Gomez Wears Louis Vuitton on Vogue Australia Cover [Vogue]

Selena Gomez has landed on the cover of Vogue Australia's September issue. Not surprisingly, the Louis Vuitton ambassador, who happens to be down under for her Revival world tour right now, wore the French luxury label on the cover. In her interview, the pop star opens up about her dating life, sharing the type of guys she's into. "I'd be so stoked with a writer or producer or actor who is low-key, but those kind of guys are terrified of me!" The heart wants what it wants, you know?


My first @vogueaustralia cover came out -thank you so much! So grateful

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Jessica Alba Releases Denim Collection Designed to "Contour" the Body [The Telegraph]

Forget contouring your face, Jessica Alba is looking to contour the body instead. The Honest Company founder and actress is hoping to sculpt a woman's figure with her new denim collab with New York brand DL2961. "The fabric is revolutionary as we weave it ourselves and is a tight weave. In addition, everything from the pocket placement to how we tighten and lift it at different points in the butt or the waist, is designed to sculpt your body," DL1961 creative director Sarah Ahmed told The Telegraph. The 18-piece collection, which drops this month, is designed to "flatter a number of body types."


That's a wrap! Get excited for the fall 16 #JAxDL1961 collaboration!

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Kerry Washington's New OPI Collection Is Here [Instagram]

Kerry Washington's latest collection with OPI is finally here. Titled the "Washington DC" collection, the range offers a variety of fall-friendly shades with cheeky names to match: "Pale to the Chief" (a pale nude), "Madam President" (red velvet) and "Freedom of Peach" (bright orange). Olivia Pope (and perhaps Hillary Clinton) would be proud.