Pippa Middleton Joins 'Vanity Fair,' Rihanna Tours Coco Chanel's Apartment, and More!

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Pippa Middleton, who taught us the correct way to toast marshamallows in her party planning book, Celebrate, (with ‘a long-handled fork’ and ‘flames') has just signed on as Vanity Fair's newest contributing editor. Graydon Carter explains, 'We’re delighted to have Pippa as a contributor to Vanity Fair. She's a keen observer of British lifestyle pursuits and customs. She is also an avid sportswoman, and we look forward to her take on traditional English pursuits, beginning with Wimbledon.' [Refinery29]

Rihanna documented her private tour of Coco Chanel's Parisian home at Rue Cambon via Instagram. Best field trip ever. [HuffPo]


Be-helmeted musicians Daft Punk and Karlie Kloss were spotted on the streets of New York, mid-photo-shoot. Another Saint Laurent campaign, perhaps? [The Telegraph]

Pat Cleveland posed for Zac Posen's latest lookbook with her daughter, Anna. “It was a magic moment. It felt so iconic. I felt like we were expanding for the public the age range of how fashion is shown today," Posen said of working with the duo. [Fashionista]

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Kate Moss was prank called by her friend, BBC Radio DJ Nick Grimshaw, during a live broadcast yesterday. He asked if Moss still had his High School Musical DVD, and she was like, 'Oh God, I dunno, did I have it? I can have a look, when do you need it for? That's such a random request, you're such a weirdo! When did you give it to me? That's so funny! I have no idea. They must have it in a shop.' [Vogue UK]

Roberto Cavalli thinks Kate Middleton could be sexier. "A princess should be sexy. She is young, she is beautiful — I would like to create something special for her, but nothing too bold. I would like to prove to the world that Roberto Cavalli can dress a princess," the designer said. [Styleite]
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