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Kate Hudson Defends Butt Implants; Cara Delevingne Is Designing For DKNY

Kate Hudson Defends Butt Implants: In InStyle magazine's July issue, cover star Kate Hudson revealed her positive stance on butt implants, while highlighting what she thinks is the real issue: people “being so damned judgmental.” “The negativity is just so vast,” the actress stated. “Will everybody stop being so damned judgmental? If someone wants to go get butt implants, then sure, go get butt implants. The real question is, How do they treat the person next to them? Are they a-holes or are they awesome?” [The Cut]

Cara Delevingne Is Designing For DKNY: Is there anything Cara Delevingne can’t do? In addition to acting and singing, the British model is now set to launch her first capsule collection with DKNY this November. “I can’t believe that some random, rough ideas have finally turned into my own collection,” Delevingne told WWD. “They always encouraged my design input, my personal style and my ideas from the very beginning of our working relationship.” The fifteen-piece line will feature some of Delevingne’s favorite (and signature) looks, which includes sweat suits, tank tops, leather jackets, and parkas. [WWD]

Lynn Yaeger Thinks Magazines Are Becoming “Obsolete”: Lynn Yaeger, a contributing fashion editor for Vogue, recently dished on where she thought the world of magazine publishing is heading—and it’s in stark contrast to the direction editors like Lucky's Eva Chen and Sasha Charnin Morrison, fashion director at US Weekly, have been trying to defend. “I don’t think there is going to be print anymore,” the long-time critic told Fashion Week Daily. “Maybe there are going to be these precious gift magazines that people get for Christmas. They'll say: 'Oh look! It's a magazine! It's so beautiful. Want to come over and see the magazine?' I think print will be like the typewriter or the horse and buggy.” [Racked]