This morning, T magazine retweeted: "Kate Lanphear has joined T: The New York Times Style Magazine as style director. She'll be at the upcoming women's shows with Team T." Congrats, Kate! [via The Cut]

The Venezuelan government has officially ruled out kidnapping as a possible cause of Vittorio Missoni's disappearance. [via Fashionista]

The Marc Jacobs beauty line for Sephora will hit shelves in the fall! Prepare yourselves. [via Fashionista]

Holy shit, the new Philipp Plein ads feature two twin brothers making out! (It also features Terry Richardson and Lea T., but that's old news.) Anyway, gross. [via Fashionista]

We love the collages of artist Ernesto Artillo, who combines trendy fashion photography (think scantily clad models of the moment) with ancient pieces of art. The results are slightly terrifying but completely engrossing. [via It's Nice That]

Check out these YGA limited-edition turbans made of re-purposed snakeskin and leather. We like, we like. [via High Snobette]

Carine Roitfeld is going to be a stylist at Balenciaga, which should be a great advantage for Alexander Wang. [via The Cut]

Norma Kamali has launched a new project, Stop Objectification, which aims to stamp out the objectification of women by sharing their day-to-day experiences of it. She cited fashion as being a particularly bad culprit, noting that "our medium, our ads and our promotions say, 'You're not thin enough, pretty enough, rich enough to buy this dress this girl's wearing.' It's perverse. It's a really kind of a strange business we're in." Agreed. [via Fashionista]