Miranda Kerr's Beauty Brand Will Be Sold Stateside, Meet Downton Abbey's Makeup Artist, and More


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For a few years, Miranda Kerr's beauty brand Kora Organics was only available down under. Then back in March, there was a soft launch on Net-a-Porter. Business must have boomed; now Kora is set to fully infiltrate Stateside shores. [Vogue]

When it comes to fashion and beauty, anything described with the word 'nude' usually applies to just one or two skin tones. Thankfully, it looks like that paradigm is set to change—and soon. First Christian Louboutin launched 'The Nudes' collection for the entire complexion spectrum, and now Clinique is doing the exact same thing with an eight-piece limited-edition range of nail lacquer entitled A Different Nail Enamel. [Style]

Downton Abbey isn't due back on American screens until next year (January 5th, to be exact), but if you're Jonesing for something to tide you over, check out this exclusive interview with Magi Vaughan, the Grantham group's lead makeup artist. She divulges just about everything, from where she derives her inspiration to the identity of her favorite character. (You'll never guess who it is!) [Grazia UK]

Apparently Lord Disick (a.k.a. Scott) is much more than just Kourtney Kardashian's luxury car-collecting baby daddy; he's also in the business of doling out beauty advice to the mother of his two darling children. So, if Kanye gives Kim fashion tips, and Scott gives Kourtney primping guidance, what does Lamar give Khloe? (That's not a trick question.) [Fashionista]

Pssssst. Regular eyeshadow is so passé. Well, at least it is to the cool kids. They're taking their peepers to the next level. Two words: Eye gloss. That means you should start rocking shine on your lips and lids right about... now. [Zoe Report]
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