Weed-Based Skincare, Katie Holmes for Bobbi Brown And More From Around the Web

Weed-based skincare (er, "cannibus-infused") is now a thing. It's made in Colorado and ships—legally—to all 50 states. [SheFinds]

Rachel Zoe was named chief stylist for ShoeDazzle, the $39.95-per-month subscription shoe service. As if the mom/reality TV star/celebrity stylist wasn't busy enough already. [Racked]

J.Crew CEO Mickey Drexler says that in the business world, college GPAs "don't matter." [Fashionista]

Lena Dunham's mom asked to borrow her Emmys dress so she could wear it to a party—with Easy Spirit flats and a blazer. Yep. [USA Today]

For its first celebrity face, Bobbi Brown chose Katie Holmes. The ads are out now, and she looks pretty amazing. [Huffington Post]

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