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Kate Upton Stars in a Bruce Weber Film, Oscar the Grouch Inspired Louboutins and More From Around the Web

Corresponding with her motherhood-themed editorial in Carine Roitfeld's new magazine, Kate Upton shot a movie with Bruce Weber called "Hush Little Baby, Don't You Cry." In it, she wears low cut peasant tops over tutus while frolicking around a field with fluffy animals, fat babies and small children. Oh, and there's also a full-grown, goatee'd man wearing a unicorn suit, so you kind of have to watch it. [Racked]

Daria Werbowy wanders the sunlight plains of Kenya wearing crisp costs and breezy knits in Maiyet's new video cookbook. [Vimeo]

Brooklyn Decker, Julianne Hough, Nikki Reed, AnnaSophia Robb and Chloë Grace Moretz have all created shoes for Stuart Weitzman's second Young Hollywood Cares Collection. The pieces range between $375 to $425 and the proceeds go to Dr. Marsha A. Moses’ research for ovarian cancer at the Folkman Institute. [WWD]

Learn the backstory of Kermit Oliver, a postal worker and only American to ever paint scarf designs for Hermès. [Texas Monthly]

Christian Louboutin makes high heeled booties covered in thick green fur, inspired by Oscar the Grouch. Would you pay $1,295 for them? [Fashion Indie]

When Dolce & Gabbana sent oversize dangly earrings depicting dark-skinned, fruit-headress-wearing African women down the runway last week, it offended a whole lot of people. Do you think the brand's latest collection is racist? [Refinery29]

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