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Introducing The Rebel Yearbook, The Alt Girl’s Superlative Guide

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Photo by Drew Levin; Styled by Heather Dunphy; Makeup by Leilani Sunglao; Hair by Staci Child

Presented in partnership with Rimmel London

High school would've been more enjoyable had it celebrated the rebels. Yearbooks and superlatives were all about best dressed, best smile, most likely to succeed, blah blah blah. That's all fine and good, of course, but let's hear it for the punks, the weirdos, the ones who stood out because fitting in was so, well, boring. Imagine how colorful and wondrous those yearbooks would have been.

Imagine no longer. We partnered with Rimmel London to bring to life the superlatives we would've wanted to see in our yearbooks, where bold bests traditional beauty and edginess trumps everything. It's the outspoken people that run the world, after all. Here's where they got their start.

Photographer: Drew Levin
Stylist: Heather Dunphy
Makeup: Leilani Sunglao, assisted by Lauren Elizabeth
Hair: Staci Child
Models: Cheeky Maa, Lee Armoogam, Lune Tournesol
Nelli Virchenko 

Director: Ren Potts

Brand Partnerships Director: Meredith Davis

Best Renegade Eye Roll
There's an art to the eye roll. It requires nuance and sweet, sweet aloofness. It's not that you're necessarily over everything, you're just over it—whatever that may be. The individual deserving of this title keeps it real by telling it like it is without so much as a word. And why should they have to spell it all out, when an eye roll is worth a thousand words?

Photo by Drew Levin; Styled by Heather Dunphy; Makeup by Leilani Sunglao; Hair by Staci Child

Nelli wears... Rimmel London, Stay Matte Liquid Lip Colour in 'Blue Iris,' $4.97, available at Walmart.

Photo by Drew Levin; Styled by Heather Dunphy; Makeup by Leilani Sunglao; Hair by Staci Child

The Life Of The Party
You wanna know the newest beats to bump at the freshest party? You wanna know where that party is? Look no further than right here. The Life of the Party is equal parts rebellious and playful. Innocence is a tool, and pastels paired with glitter are never not an option. Count on them for a good time. Some people have a lot of friends for the sake of having them, this person has many but, in a sweet turn of events, actually cares for each and every one of them.

Photo by Drew Levin; Styled by Heather Dunphy; Makeup by Leilani Sunglao; Hair by Staci Child

Lune wears... Rimmel London, Stay Matte Liquid Lip Colour in 'Heartbeat,' $4.97, available at Walmart.

Photo by Drew Levin; Styled by Heather Dunphy; Makeup by Leilani Sunglao; Hair by Staci Child

Most Likely To Start A Revolution
Leaders aren't raised, they're born. They listen, form their beliefs, and fight for them. A feminist by nature and punk at heart, they bring a fiery passion to everything they do. Call them activists, call them outspoken—we're calling them revolutionaries.

Photo by Drew Levin; Styled by Heather Dunphy; Makeup by Leilani Sunglao; Hair by Staci Child

Cheeky wears... Rimmel London, Stay Matte Liquid Lip Colour in 'Fire Starter,' $4.97, available at Walmart.

Photo by Drew Levin; Styled by Heather Dunphy; Makeup by Leilani Sunglao; Hair by Staci Child

The One With The Hottest Graffiti Game
When you're an artist, the world is your canvas, and you can paint the town red—or whatever color you please. Sure, you may get caught from time to time, but the thrill is a part of the fun, right? You know you're destined for greatness, you just have to pay your dues. Spray on, girl.

Photo by Drew Levin; Styled by Heather Dunphy; Makeup by Leilani Sunglao; Hair by Staci Child

Nelli wears... Rimmel London, Stay Matte Liquid Lip Colour in 'Latte To Go,' $4.97, available at Walmart.

Photo by Drew Levin; Styled by Heather Dunphy; Makeup by Leilani Sunglao; Hair by Staci Child

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Which one, though?

Kim Kardashian is suing fast fashion retailer Missguided, claiming that the brand uses her image to spark interest in and sell its clothing. This lawsuit comes a few days after a theory, that she may be selling her own vintage clothing designs to fast fashion brands so that they can rip them off, made its rounds on the internet.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kardashian's attorney Michael Kump writes that "Missguided systematically uses the names and images of Kardashian and other celebrities to advertise and spark interest in its website and clothing." Other celebrities that the brand has tagged on its Instagram include Cardi B and Dua Lipa, along with the other members of the Kardashian-Jenner family.

Kump uses the example of the Yeezy dress that Kim posted to Instagram, which was ripped off by the brand within a couple of hours. "Recently, for example, after Kardashian posted a photo on Instagram of a dress that was made for her... Missguided quickly responded with its own Instagram post... boasting that it would be ripping off the design within 'a few days,'" Kump continues. "Missguided purposefully inserted Kardashian's Instagram username (@KimKardashian) into its post to capitalize on her celebrity status and social media following in promoting the sale of its upcoming product."

Kump also draws attention to the fact that the brand uses Kardashian's name so much that it may lead others to believe that she works with the brand, which, he wants to make clear, she does not: "Missguided's U.S. website has included entire pages that are devoted solely to the sale of clothing inspired by Kardashian, and on which Kardashian's name and likeness are prominently used without her permission to promote the products."

Some are noting that it's suspicious that Kardashian is not suing Fashion Nova, as well, since the brand most recently ripped off a vintage Mugler gown that Kardashian wore. Though it may be harder for Kardashian to make any claims since timestamps have revealed that the dress was made before Kardashian premiered the dress.

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He previously claimed to be a victim of a hate crime

According to reports, actor Jussie Smollett has been arrested by the Chicago Police Department. As CNN outlines, he's facing a felony charge of disorderly conduct for allegedly filing a false report. If found guilty, he could face up to three years in prison.

The Empire star previously claimed that he was the victim of a racist and homophobic hate crime on January 29. He alleged that two masked men attacked him, tied a noose around his neck, poured bleach on him, and yelled, "This is MAGA country!" Brothers Abimbola and Olabinjo Osundairo were eventually arrested and brought in for questioning, during which news broke that one appeared on Empire and the other worked as Smollett's personal trainer. Now, according to both men and reports, it's being said that Smollett paid them to "orchestrate" the attack.

Smollett's attorneys, Todd Pugh and Victor Henderson, have issued a statement regarding their client's defense. "Like any other citizen, Mr. Smollett enjoys the presumption of innocence, particularly when there has been an investigation like this one where information, both true and false, has been repeatedly leaked," they told Deadline. "Given these circumstances, we intend to conduct a thorough investigation and to mount an aggressive defense."

If this is all true, this unfortunate turn of events should in no way take away from the fact that there is an abundant number of racially and sexually motivated attacks happening all of the time. They also still remain vastly underreported, so it's essential to listen to alleged victims, always.

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