Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, makes giving birth look easy

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, makes giving birth look easy
Britain's Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, with their newborn daughter, wave to the public as they leave St. Mary's Hospital's Lindo Wing in London on Saturday. (Tim Ireland / Associated Press)

Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, welcomed a baby daughter on Saturday morning. [Los Angeles Times]

And furthering her image as a calm and collected fashion plate, the duchess left the hospital a mere 10 hours later, hair done, makeup applied and looking elegant in a yellow and white floral custom shift dress by Jenny Packham and nude high-heel pumps by Jimmy Choo. Reportedly, hairdresser Amanda Cook Turner ministered to her in the hospital so she could wave to the crowds as she departed with nary a hair out of place.  The duchess made having a baby look easy. [People]

Johnny Weir wore a headpiece made of red roses to the Kentucky Derby on Saturday.  Find pictures of him and other hatted souls along with our Derby coverage here.

Iris Apfel, the 93-year-old style icon profiled in Albert Maysles' new film "Iris," went shopping in L.A. for the first time in decades. Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic Booth Moore went along for the ride. [Los Angeles Times]

The annual Met Ball (aka the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute gala) takes place Monday night and it's become the peak event on the New York social calendar thanks to Vogue editor Anna Wintour. "Since 1999, Ms. Wintour, an iron fist in an Oscar de la Renta (or Prada or Chanel) dress, has been the driving force behind the gala’s transformation from a well-attended dinner for museum donors and patrons into one of the biggest fund-raising events staged by any of the city’s cultural institutions, as well as an unprecedented global advertisement for her vision of the fashion industry," writes Vanessa Friedman at the New York Times. [NYT]