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Michelle Williams Might Be Engaged, Roberto Cavalli Plays Bartender and More From Around the Web

Since there is a very real possibility that Michelle Williams and Jason Segel might get married, we have lots of burning questions. Like, what designer she would wear? And would Jason invite any of the Muppets? [Refinery29]

Watch Roberto Cavalli mixes up some cocktails (using his own line of vodka, of course) while an exotic bird just chills in the background. [Purple Magazine]

Karl Lagerfeld thinks Kate Middleton shouldn't ever dress "like a mad woman" and worries that one day people will care more about his cat than him. Well, Choupette is really adorable. [Grazia Daily]

Gwen Stefani should be called a "challah"-back girl (sorry, we couldn't help ourselves) because she looks like she's getting her hair inspiration from bread shops. [BuzzFeed]

Loeffler Randall is launching a line of handbags to match their fab footwear—the only question is, which design from the six piece collection do we want the most? [Who What Wear]

American Eagle Outfitters has chosen 15 "real people" to join celebs like Pretty Little Liars' Shay Mitchell for the denim brand's new "Life Your Life" campaign. [WWD]

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