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Salma Hayek says she doesn't work at being beautiful

June 14, 2013|By Susan Denley
  • Salma Hayek at the "Chime For Change: The Sound Of Change Live" concert in London.
Salma Hayek at the "Chime For Change: The Sound Of Change Live"… (Daniele Venturelli / Getty…)

In an interview with InStyle magazine, Salma Hayek acknowledges that people think she's beautiful, but she says she doesn't work at it. "I have never tried to be as beautiful as I can be," she said (making the rest of us feel like crumpled-up napkins). "I could do a lot more -- exercise, or not eat dessert. ... I could make bigger efforts. I don't think my first priority in life has ever been beauty." The interview is in the July issue, on newsstands Friday. [InStyle]

Zac Posen has signed on to design a collection for mass wedding-gown retailer David's Bridal. Wedding dresses are to range from $850 to $1,350, and the collection is expected to be available in February 2014. There will also be five "social occasion" dresses in the Posen collection, priced from $195 to $225, USA Today reports. [USA Today]

The Duchess of Cambridge wore animal print and a saucy hat when making her last solo public appearance on Thursday, with one more royal group appearance scheduled Saturday before she withdraws from the spotlight for the final months of her pregnancy. [Los Angeles Times]

A bill requiring that models under age 18 be protected under child-labor laws passed both houses of the New York Legislature on Thursday, and is awaiting signing by the governor. The Model Initiative, founded by Sara Ziff to ensure models' rights, was a primary advocate of the measure. [New York Times]

More evidence has emerged that supermodel Kate Moss is slated for a cover of Playboy: Refinery 29 reports that hairstylist Oribe did her hair for the shoot. [Refinery 29]

One of the experiences slated to be auctioned at the Love Ball, a benefit for model Natalia Vodianova's children's charity scheduled July 27 in Monaco, is an internship with designer extraordinaire Karl Lagerfeld. [WWD]

Marc Jacobs plans to launch a beauty collection at Sephora in August. [WWD] (Subscription required.)


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