Style Scoop: Hollywood’s Ultimate Bachelor is Married, Reese Witherspoon Answers 73 Questions, Barbie’s $200K Comeback

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In case you missed it, longtime bachelor George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin tied the knot over the weekend in Venice. A number of notables including Bono, Bill Murray, Cindy Crawford, Matt Damon and Anna Wintour attended as guests. The extravagant ceremony required that guests take a flotilla of water taxis across the canal for the ceremony. Word on the street is that Alamuddin wore Oscar de la Renta, though no photos are available just yet. [Glam Chic]

October cover girl Reese Witherspoon gets the Vogue treatment in the mag’s most recent episode of its 73 Questions series. In it, she shares her rapper name, her dream TV show cameo and the cutest thing on earth as she gives a tour of her vast, airy Los Angeles home. Is it just us, or does she still sound like Elle Woods? [Vogue]

Barbie is making a comeback this fall—one worth $200K, that is. The Karl Lagerfeld Barbie hit Net-a-porter on Monday and is already sold out. The 999 units that the e-tailer had to sell went for $200, but there are some available now on eBay…for up to $3,500. [Fashionista]

Just when you thought the H&M collaboration hype was settling down, the retailer announced its designer counterpart for next season. Following up Alexander Wang’s collection for the brand is Eddy Anemian. The 24-year-old designer was chosen as the winner of H&M’s design award. He won €50,000 and the opportunity to show his designs in the context of a collaboration with H&M, which will hit stores later this fall. [Refinery 29]

Julia Restoin Roitfeld is taking to an unfamiliar medium: film. The blogger, photographer and model directed the latest short film in Stuart Weitzman’s ongoing series. This installment features Poppy Delevingne and Dylan Penn (daughter of Sean Penn and Robin Wright) and takes place in the Hamptons. It focuses on three pairs of boots from the fall line and incorporates a sixties vibe, but for Roitfeld, it was about timelessness: she said, ”I wanted it to feel timeless, like it could be any time—the Ninties, the Sixties or today.” [Women’s Wear Daily]