Sandra Bullock Goes Short for Vogue, A Flashback to Alexis Bledel's Modeling Days, and More!


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She may be America's sweetheart, but Sandra Bullock hasn't exactly been the most adventurous when it comes to her tresses. She's had the same sleek brunette style for quite a while—until now. For Vogue's October cover, Bullock dons a voluminous short crop. But don't get too excited. The 49 year old has been hitting the red carpet lately sporting her same signature long strands. Looks like this short 'do was most likely a wig. Either way, check out her beehive-inspired look, below. [People StyleWatch]


Like many stars, Alexis Bledel got her start in modeling. And as it turned out, her early modeling days were full of sparkly lip gloss, headbands, and furry hair accessories. Guess she was a true '90s kid through and through. [HuffPo Style]

It's about time! Rent the Runway announced they've finally launched their plus size division. Currently, designers like Carmen Marc Valvo, Badgley Mischka, and Theia have created looks in plus sizes, but founder Jenn Hyman said she's going to keep fighting for more options for all women. [Fashionista]

Hayden Christensen is the latest celeb to add designer to his resume. The Star Wars star and teen idol, joined forces with Canadian department store RW&Co. to design a collection inspired by his farm in Ontario. Because of course he owns a farm in Ontario. [Racked]

Remember last week when adorable pics of Harper Beckham and Anna Wintour at New York fashion week surfaced? (Yeah, we're still swooning.) Well, now there's video of the priceless encounter, too! And apparently, the whole time David Beckham was nervous little Harper would show off her soccer skills and kick the Vogue editor! [HuffPo Style]

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