Elle Fanning Models Rodarte’s Spring Collection!

When Rodarte was looking for girls that epitomize their Cali-bred brand, they called upon brand loyalists Kirsten Dunst and mini muse, Elle Fanning.

For a new Rodarte-curated issue of biannual publication, A MAGAZINE, the ingénue wears the spring line with perfect preteen panache.

Punctuating the pastel frocks with heart-shaped shades, unlaced Chucks and statement bling (courtesy of Van Cleef & Arpels), Fanning lounges in the couture collection, which has since been acquired by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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Miranda Kerr launches a new skin-care line, Kora Organics!

Supermodel Miranda Kerr has launched her own line of skincare products! The Victoria’s Secret Angel said “I was looking for an organic product that really worked for me, but I couldn’t find one.” The 28-year-old model grew up rolling around her grandfather’s vegetable garden in rural Australia, and studied nutrition before taking up modeling full-time.

Kerr has gone back to her roots, with a new skin-care line, Kora Organics by Miranda Kerr, inspired by her family’s own health and beauty remedies. A play on the word core, the concept for Kora ties into Kerr’s holistic approach to well-being—nourishing the body “from the inside and outside,” as she puts it. Along with natural ingredients like rose-hip oil, olive oil, and pomegranate, the secret to her line is Noni juice, an elixir said to aid cell renewal, which is made from a fruit indigenous to Tahiti, that Kerr has been drinking daily since she was a teenager. “I used to put it on my skin if I had a pimple or sunburn. It’s like food for the skin,” she says. Indeed, it is featured throughout the range of the line, in products from her Blemish Gel and Hydrating Day and Night Cream, to a gentle, paraben-free Essential Body Wash, which she uses to bathe her eleven-month-old son, Flynn.

Kora has been a huge hit since debuting in Australia in 2009, and stateside, fans like Gwyneth Paltrow will soon be able to shop her Ecocert–certified products locally as well as online. Manhattan dermatologist Dr. David Colbert will stock her range in his sleek Flatiron office, and Kerr is in talks with several department stores as well.

“I was really the guinea pig for Kora; I tested everything,” says Kerr, who had each formula flown to her from the organic laboratory in Melbourne where it was developed. The Rejuvenating Foot Balm proved exceptionally fun to try out. “Being on my heels all the time, I wanted to create a cream to put on after a long day,” she says. “And it doesn’t hurt that my husband, Orlando, is very good at massaging it into my feet.”

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FIRST LOOK! Check out Cheryl Cole’s NEW L’Oreal Lipstick!

Cheryl Cole’s ‘Red Passion’ lipstick comes in the iconic L’Oreal gold packaging, and feature’s Cheryl’s signature on the side.

“I love wearing lipstick as it makes me feel glamorous whatever the occasion,” says Cheyl, in a statement released by L’Oreal.

“I chose this iconic, luxurious, red shade as it is the perfect dramatic accessory. I am so thrilled the funds raised from my L’Oreal Paris lipstick can make a difference to people’s lives through my foundation with The Prince’s Trust.”

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DIY Gel Manicure

InStyle Try This at Home: Jennifer Hudson’s DIY Gel Manicure!

Everyone seems to be trying gel manicures lately, and now you don’t even have to go to the salon to get the long-lasting look. Take a cue from Jennifer Hudson, who used the DIY Gel Manicure Kit for a set of shellacked fawn nails before taking the stage VH1 Divas Celebrate Soul show in New York this week. “Jennifer was really excited to try out the kit,” her manicurist Elle Gerstein tells InStyle.com exclusively. Gerstein used the Red Carpet Manicure “It’s Not a Taupe” LED Gel Polish with the Pro Kit, which comes with a professional-strength LED light to deliver salon-perfect results at home. “The manicure lasts about two weeks and dries immediately, so she didn’t have to worry about chipping her nails during the show.” Pick up the kit for $80 at redcarpetmanicure.com.

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