Style Scoop: Iris Apfel Covers 'Dazed & Confused,' America's Next Top Model Brings on Boys for Cycle 20, Alessandra Ambrosio's Fantasy Bra

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Iris Apfel proves that at age 91, she can still be a covergirl. The native New Yorker is gracing this month's cover of Dazed & Confusedin full-on COMME des Garçons, in celebration of the magazine's art issue. [Dazed & Confused]

America's Next Top Model has been all about the ladies for its 19 consecutive seasons; but for cycle 20, Tyra Banks announced that the franchise will bring on the boys. For the first time in ANTM history, men will compete alongside women for the show's top prize, including a modeling contract and national campaign. We'll see what other eye candy — besides Rob Evans — Banks and company will have on next summer. [CNN]

Politics went pink last night at the second presidential debate. Both First Lady Michelle Obama and candidate Mitt Romney's wife Ann Romney sported bright pink ensembles to the Hofstra University face off. Obama decided on a neon Michael Kors dress and coordinating jacket, while Romney opted for an Oscar de la Renta sheath (as she did at the Republican National Convention) with a patterned shawl. [Harper's Bazaar]

Every year around this time, we ponder the same, age-old question: which Angel will be tipping down the Victoria's Secret runway in the multi-million dollar fantasy bra? Well, we've got our answer. Alessandra Ambrosio will model this year's $2.5 million creation, six months after giving birth to her son, Noah. Last year, new mom Miranda Kerr held the honor, and was cheered on by hubby Orlando Bloom up and down the runway. [GlamChic]

Finally! The Maison Martin Margiela x H&M lookbook is finally here. You've now got exactly 29 days to pinpoint your favorite pieces and prep for the collection's November 15th debut. [VOGUE UK]

Pratt Institute celebrated its 125th anniversary this week and did something no person or organization has ever been able to do before: get the Empire State building lit up in gold! [WWD]