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Evan Rachel Wood and Chris Evans Model for Gucci; Jennifer Aniston’s $100,000 Beauty Routine

Evan Rachel Wood and Chris Evans for Gucci's latest fragrance ad.
Evan Rachel Wood and Chris Evans for Gucci’s latest fragrance ad.


Constance Jablonski channels Rosie the Riveter — complete with a curly bob and headscarf — for Harper’s Bazaar Russia. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

• Willow Smith dyed her buzz-cut hair neon green. [HuffPo]

• Hairstylist Anthony Turner described this season’s Kenzo girl backstage at the brand’s show yesterday: “She’s met the man of her dreams — and he’s a rich man.” The hair is “the day-after-the-night-before,” meaning, “She had a little romp on the Upper East Side.” [T Magazine]


• Jennifer Aniston’s beauty regimen — which includes hair-, skin-, and eyebrow-care, makeup, spray tans, nutrition, and exercise training — runs a steep $11,933.97 per month, according to estimates. That’s $141,037.97 each year. [ONTD]


• Mila Kunis shares her thoughts on growing older with Harper’s Bazaar: “I will not put a needle in my body unless I have a medical reason. But ask me in 10 years. Right now, I’m like, ‘I’m going to embrace [aging],’ but … I’m probably going to want to have something done. I have no doubt.” [PeopleStyleWatch]

• Suzanne Somers is testing a new stem cell treatment called cell-assisted lipotransfer, which allows patients to regrow breast tissue. Though the treatment has yet to be approved by the FDA, it could become an alternative for those seeking breast reconstruction without implants. [Jezebel]


• U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized a shipment of counterfeit Estée Lauder perfumes valued at more than $344,000. [WWD]

• Evan Rachel Wood and Chris Evans are the faces of Gucci’s new scent, Gucci Guilty Intense. [InStyle]

Gucci’s New Ad; Jen Aniston’s Costly Beauty