Miranda Kerr Launches Skin-Care Line; Diane Von Furstenberg Loves Wrinkles on Women

Miranda Kerr.

Miranda Kerr is launching her own organic skin-care line named Kora. It will be available exclusively in Australia's David Jones stores this October. [Sassybella]

Diane Von Furstenberg: "I am so attracted to women with wrinkles. I think the pendulum is going to go the other way. For men, it was always more beautiful. And I'm not saying you want to look like Louise Bourgeois or Georgia O'Keeffe, but still, it's ... it's better to be you. To try to keep a young body — that's getting very difficult." [Harper's Bazaar]

• Bath and body-gel manufacturer Philosophy signed Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman to be an ambassador for the company's Shower for the Cure campaign. [StyleWatch/People]

• Mariah Carey: "Growing up and being half-black, half-white, I felt weird; I didn't look like anybody. My friends were all different from me. No one knew how to fix my hair. My facial features stood out ... even though I've grown since, some of those things still remain with me." [StyleList]

• The country of Tajikistan banned male teachers under the age of 50 from wearing beards, while men over 50 can only grow beards up to 1.2 inches long. [Google/AFP]

• Platinum blonde is emerging as a popular hair color for spring. [Beauty Counter/Style.com]