Oprah Winfrey has been making all kinds of headlines recently -- starring alongside Forest Whitaker in "The Butler," recounting an alleged incident of shopping-related racism in Switzerland, and wearing a ginormous Afro wig on the September cover of O magazine. It turns out the 3.5-pound wig -- which looked about 10 times bigger than her hairstyle at "The Butler's" Los Angeles premiere, above -- was created by L.A. hairstylist Kim Kimble, star of the WE-TV reality show "L.A. Hair." [Chicago Sun-Times]
The 3.2 Phillip Lim capsule collection for Target is due out Sept. 15, with clothing and accessories for men and women divided into outfits for morning, afternoon and evening. See some looks from the collection, priced at $19.99 to $299.99, in our photo gallery.
CoverGirl is releasing a "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" Capitol Collection of makeup in October, prior to the film's opening in November. [E Online]
Model Coca Rocha is the latest celebrity to cut her hair Miley-Cyrus-short, and she chronicled it on Instagram. [Bella Sugar]
Why are swimsuits so expensive? They are complicated, that's why. [Slate]
Shoe designer Manolo Blahnik lives in two Georgian mansions in Bath, Britain, with somewhere around 25,000 to 30,000 prototype pairs of shoes, he tells Vanity Fair. He's lost count. [Vanity Fair]
Artist Damien Hirst is to design 30 scarves for Alexander McQueen. The limited-edition collection, expected in stores in November, is to combine Hirst's signature creepy crawlies with McQueen skulls. [WWD]