5 Things You Missed Today (October 14)
This is just one of the many reasons why we love Cara Delevingne. We just love how honest she is about her struggles and her journey of finding herself. She recently sat down with Rupert Everett for London's Women In the World Summit and opened up about her struggle with depression when she was 15 years old. Listen to her heartbreaking poem below and her inspiring words that we hope would let you know you're not alone and people understand. Towards the end of her talk, Cara hopes that her words would help people who are going through the same thing she went through. "I have so many messages in terms of young girls and how mental illness in terms of depression is not something to be ashamed of," Cara said. "You're not alone. You're not an alien. My message has always been to accept yourself no matter what, to love yourself, to embrace your flaws. I think flaws are things that make us special. The cracks within us are the beautiful parts that need to have light shed on them."
Scream Queens star Emma Roberts is on the cover of Teen Vogue's November issue. One of the things we loved about her interview? When she talked about the show and her character. "Chanel is a mean girl and says things that I definitely don't agree with, but I like that there's a layer of smartness to her," Emma said. "So I try to come from a place of understanding. Still, there are definitely times when I'm apologizing to all of the girls when we say 'cut'." (via TeenVogue.com)
Kylie Jenner revealed a preview of her lip kit via the Kylie Jenner app recently. Now we can't wait to finally see the Kylie Lip Kit which they're releasing very, very soon. To tease her fans more, the youngest Jenner showed us what's going to be on the packaging of her line. Of course it's a picture of her famous lips! (via TeenVogue.com)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art recently announced the theme for the next Met Gala: Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology. According to Vogue, the focus is on "the dichotomy between handmade haute couture and machine-made fashion." But what made everyone also curious about was the people who'd be serving as co-chairs for the event. Making up next year's lineup are Idris Elba, Jonathan Ive, Taylor Swift, and Anna Wintour. (via Vogue.com)
Bella Hadid wants everyone to stop comparing her to her sister Gigi. In her cover interview with Seventeen magazine, the 19-year-old model opened up about the inevitable comparisons to her older sister. "I just have to remind myself that she's been doing this forever," Bella said. "I can't keep comparing myself to her because we're so different. But people still love to compare and contrast us—what's better about her or what's not that good about me—and it's hard because people are really mean. But I'm her biggest supporter, and she's my biggest supporter. We're not competitive at all." Aww, we totally get you, Bella. It definitely is difficult to work when you're seen as second best to someone always. via HuffingtonPost.com)
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