Oprah gets a makeover for New Year's

O the Oprah Magazine declares that 2014 is "your year to shine." To lead the way, Oprah herself undergoes a makeover in the January issue, transforming from pajama-clad frump with curlers in her hair to glamour queen. Inside, she talks about her upcoming 60th birthday, among other things. The magazine is due to hit newsstands Dec. 17.

Kim Kardashian is continuing her post-baby shape-up, even while on the road with Kanye West on his Yeezus tour. She reportedly is traveling with a personal trainer and a chef who prepares low-carb meals. [People]

Rev. Al Sharpton and representatives of retailers including Barneys, Macy's, Bloomingdale's, Gap and Saks met to draw up a "customers' bill of rights" in the aftermath of lawsuits against Barneys and Macy's alleging racial profiling of customers. [The Cut]

Rihanna has been showing off her Christmas gifts early on Instagram, including a beaded bra and leopard-print-cuffed shorts from Rodarte. [The Cut]

Kristen Stewart, Dakota Fanning, Lily Collins, Alexa Chung, Zoe Kravitz, China Chow and Lauren Hutton were among those who turned out for Karl Lagerfeld's Chanel Metiers' d'Art show in Dallas on Tuesday. [WWD]

And Stewart was revealed to be the new face of the label. [Hollywood Life]

Footwear designer Francesco Russo, formerly with Sergio Rossi, reportedly is joining Dior as head of women's footwear. [WWD]

Australian airline Qantas brought in Miranda Kerr to model new uniforms -- notably a tight black dress with orange-and-pink color blocking on the bodice and one sleeve. But that didn't make all employees happy. Not every woman looks like a former Victoria's Secret lingerie model, some pointed out. [Daily Mail]


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