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Beauty lessons learned from 'Mad Men,' Ryan Gosling's leather jacket sold, and more

Watch a retro makeup tutorial inspired by the ladies of Mad Men. [Bellasugar]

A leather biker jacket worn by Ryan Gosling in The Place Beyond the Pines was auctioned off to raise money for a children’s charity. [L.A. Times]

According to reports, Fashion Police host Kelly Osbourne is contractually obligated to have purple hair. [HuffingtonPost]

Halle Berry and Michael Kors have created two watches for the Kors’ Watch Hunger Stop campaign. Profits from each timepiece sold will be used to buy food for hungry children around the world. [Vogue]

Get ready for more Naomi, Coco, Karolina, and a whole new batch of model-wannabes. Oxygen has announced that The Face will return for a second season. [Broadcasting Cable]

Beyoncé has been named honorary chair of the Met Costume Institute gala, which will celebrate the opening of the museum’s “Punk: Chaos to Couture” exhibition. [WWD]

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Are stars playing it too safe on the red carpet because they're afraid of fashion critics?

In last week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly (click here to buy the issue), Lynette Rice looked at the blend of style commentary and shtick — the latter mostly provided by Joan Rivers — on E!’s Fashion Police, which has recently enjoyed an awards season ratings boost. Co-host Giuliana Rancic claimed that the show is even influencing red carpet trends, with some celebrities admitting that, “when they are working with their stylists, they have Fashion Police in the backs of their minds.”

Could a fear of winding up on the worst dressed list explain why this year’s awards season style seemed so, for lack of a better word, safe?

At the L.A. premiere of Oz The Great and Powerful earlier this month, we asked Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz if they feel more pressure to look put-together, and whether they think celebrities are judged too harshly for what they wear. Read on to see what they said.

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