Cosmopolitan editor Joanna Coles says her magazine is going to focus less on telling women how to please their men. "Cosmo is a magazine by women, for women, about women," says Coles. "And we are about women feeling proud of any choice they make. The issue is when you make a choice own it, and if it's a mistake, then move on." Literally any choice. Cosmo lives in a magical world where the relativity fairy has made all choices completely equal, and so Cosmo supports any choice you make. Choose your choice. Kum-ba-ya, bitches.

Coles also says she thinks women have been encouraged to take too much sex advice from gay men:

"A couple of male gay friends of mine have suggested they write sex columns for me. And I was like ‘Buddy, women are fine without advice from gay men. Women have been around since the Garden of Eden, and you know what, we were tempting just fine back then. I feel like there's been this weird move, partly directed by Sex in the City, where suddenly gay men were supposed to be oracles for women," Coles said. "And actually, women love gay men, and of course we want them in our lives, but they don't have to be the be all and end all for sex advice."

[The Cut]

Last night, Marc Jacobs showed his collection on a runway lit by a giant yellow sun. Today, there are lots of yellow-toned photos of front-row guests like Sofia Coppola, Debbie Harry and Terry Richardson on the Internet. "At first I thought I was having a stroke," said Christina Ricci. "Now that I don't smell burning, I feel that it is just the lighting." Jacobs had one model — 18-year-old Lily McMenamy, daughter of the supermodel Kristen McMenamy and French-Tunisian businessman Hubert Boukobsa — walk the runway in short-shorts, boots, and gloves, holding one hand over her breasts. [WWD]

Here are some cans of Diet Coke Marc Jacobs designed, in the words of Women's Wear Daily, "to celebrate female empowerment in the Eighties and Aughts." Obviously. [WWD]

Marc Jacobs, by the way, named the two colors of his new nail polish collection "Shiny" (clear) and "Jezebel" (red). We're flattered. [Fashionista]

Beyoncé's on the cover of The Gentlewoman and day-um. [Fashion Bomb Daily]

New York fashion week is over and these happy male models are wishing you a happy (day after) Valentine's Day. [Fashionista]

  • Former fashion designer Anand Jon, currently serving a sentence of 59 years to life in California for sex crimes against models, has pleaded guilty to a representative charge for similar offenses in New York. Under the plea deal, which will spare victims the potential trauma of testifying against Jon in court, prosecutors dropped another 48 charges stemming from sexual assaults committed against nine women in New York. Jon's sentence is five years time served and five years' probation. [NDTV]
  • Today in reasons to love model Chrissy Teigen, she smuggled red wine into the Grammys in a Starbucks cup. Read the rest in her fashion week food diary here. [Grub St]
  • Matthew McConaughey is launching a clothing line called MKL. Ten percent of all proceeds, says the actor, will go to his Just Keep Livin' charity. [WWD]
  • Vice, repeating its feat of druggy stunt-journalism from London Fashion Week, sent a reporter to a New York fashion week show on acid. He found the whole thing very intense. [Vice]
  • The Met has extended the run of this summer's Costume Institute show, "Punk: From Chaos to Couture" by three days, because The Clash guitarist Mick Jones once said that punk only lasted for 100 days in its purest form. The show will now run for 100 days, because nothing is more punk than a fashion show at the Met. [WWD]
  • Alasdhair Willis, Stella McCartney's husband, is now the creative director of Hunter boots. [Telegraph]
  • Luxury conglomerate PPR's net profits rose by 6.3% from 2011 to 2012, to $1.35 billion. [WWD]
  • H&M's same-store sales rose year-on-year by 5% during the month of January. [WWD]
  • Tory Burch and her boyfriend of five years, former music executive Lyor Cohen, have reportedly separated. [P6]