Style Scoop: Beyoncé Blazes in Bikinis for H&M, Julianne Moore Covers 'T,' Lauren Conrad To Judge Beauty Bloggers for Allure

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We instantly made room in our closets as soon as news broke that Beyoncéwas the new face of H&M, and now, we have the grown woman's entire campaign for the high-street brand to fawn over. Thanks to the new mom's chiseled abs and all-toned-everything, we won't only be pining for the collaboration's spirited swimwear and peppy prints, we're also investing in a few Flywheel sessions. [Huffington Post]

If Carey Mulligan's The Great Gatsby-inspired cover for Vogue's May 2013 issue wasn't enough, feast your eyes on a celestial Julianne Moore for the latest cover of T Magazine's Spring Design issue. In "The Fairest of Them All" spread, Moore is dazzled up by makeup artist Peter Philips, hair stylist Christiaan, and shot by photography duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Allure magazine is bringing out its 2nd Annual Beauty Blogger Awards, this time with a slew of special guest judges including TV-star-turned-designer Lauren Conrad, model extraordinaire Coco Rocha, and Revlon makeup maven Gucci Westman. The trio will join Mally Roncal and Troy Surratt in helping online voters whittle down a shortlist of 10 bloggers until an online beauty queen is crowned after voting ends on May 17. [GLAM Inbox]

From its announcement of Anna Wintour as its artistic director to its campaign to foray into television and film, Condé Nast is expanding its imprint across the multimedia world. But it doesn't stop there. The Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design opened today in London, where 45 students will enter a 10-week Vogue Fashion Certificate then be joined by another set of 45 students for a year-long Vogue Fashion Foundation Diploma. [WWD]

Rihanna may rock the most enviable Chanel goods, as evidenced by her Instagram page, but it turns out her secret campaign is not with the Karl Lagerfeld-helmed label. She made the world wonder if her #CCCertified hashtag meant that she would front a new campaign for the house, but a Chanel rep confirmed that she will not... but we're still hopeful! [VOGUE UK]

We found out last week that Fifth & Pacific Cos. was dropping its Juicy Couture and Lucky Brand labels to focus on the growth of Kate Spade. Now, we've gotten word about buyers who are slated to battle it out for their affection. VF Corp., E-Land Group, Leonard Green & Partners LP, Advent International Corp., and Authentic Brands Group LLC have all been granted access to Fifth & Pacific Cos's private financial information which sets Juicy and Lucky at a combined value of $700 million. [Business of Fashion]