Style Notes: Kendall and Gigi Are Humanoids for 'W'; Twitter Reacts to "Bad Hombres" With Hair Puns

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Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid Get Humanoid Makeovers for W Art Issue [W Magazine]
Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid got "humanoid" makeovers at the hands of artists Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin for W Magazine's art issue. The BFF duo were photographed by Jason Kibbler for the special tenth anniversary issue, for which Jenner also re-created works by famous artists for a short film. So far, no cries of Photoshop outrage over the pair's wonky nose jobs. 


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Internet Responds to Trump's "Bad Hombres" Comments With Hair Jokes [Bustle]
While Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were at each other's throats during Wednesday night's presidential debate, Twitter was equally ready to pounce — and pounce they did when Trump said "we have some bad hombres here" when discussing his immigration plan. The fashion and beauty community instantly reacted by tweeting their own photos of "bad ombres" — referring to botched hair-coloring jobs. Luckily, Merriam Webster tweeted the clarification between to the two homophones. 

The Cara Delevinge Documentary You Never Asked for Is Coming [WWD
Cara Delevingne, the uber famous "Instagirl" supermodel-turned-actress, who, according to Vogue, rose to fame by sharing her private life with followers on Instagram, is now the subject of her own documentary, The Cara Project. You know, just in case there was anything else about the It-Brit that you didn't already know. After all, at 23 years old, there's a lot to cover. Revolver Entertainment has obtained the film and plans to sell it on DVD and VOD in the U.S. and Canada. 

Garage Appoints New Editor In Chief [Business of Fashion]
Thessaly La Force has been named the new editor in chief of Garage magazine, which was recently acquired by Vice Media. The title is in the process of moving from London to Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where Vice is located. Founder Dasha Zhukova, who previously held the title of editor in chief, will assume the role of editorial director, effective immediately.