Comme des Garcons have a limited-edition capsule collection of tees and scarves celebrating the 25th anniversary of kid's book, Where's Waldo?. They're available at stores now in London, Beijing, Paris and New York City. [SlamXHype]

Tyra Banks' new office will have an in-house planetarium, bakery, and 'wellness center' because of course it will. [TheCut]

God, Meryl Streep is the best. When asked by an Access Hollywood reporter if she'd be willing to reprise her role as Miranda Priestly, should there be a film adaptation of the upcoming Devil Wears Prada sequel, Streep responded, "I'd have to to lose the f*cking weight, but I'd do it." [Buzzfeed]
 Geza Schoen, Gerhard Steidl, Wallpaper* magazine, and Karl Lagerfeld have a new perfume that smells like "a freshly printed book" called "Paper Passion." Great name, great name. [SlamXHype]

Papercut Magazine (great name, great name), has an illustrated nail art series. Here's "B for Baroque." [HighSnobette]

Keds' tie-dye sneakers for Urban Outfitters. Wannnnnnnt! [Refinery29]

Gisele Bundchen is the highest paid model in the world, making a boonanas $45 million a year. See who else rakes in the big bucks on Fashionista.

Muhammad Ali is the new face of Louis Vuitton's "Core Values" campaign. Here he is with his  adorable grandson Curtis Muhammad Conway Jr., photographed by Annie Leibovitz in his backyard in Arizona. [WSJ]