Sandra Bullock, most beautiful woman of 2015

Sandra Bullock, most beautiful woman of 2015
People magazine has named Sandra Bullock the "World's Most Beautiful Woman" for 2015. She is pictured at the 2014 Academy Awards ceremony. (Jordan Strauss / Invision/AP)

Actress Sandra Bullock is the "World's Most Beautiful Woman," People decreed on Wednesday morning. The magazine called her "real, radiant." Bullock, 50 and the mother of a 5-year-old, sounded real in a quote from the magazine: "Real beauty is quiet. Especially in this town, it's just so hard not to say, 'Oh, I need to look like that. No, be a good person, be a good mom, do a good job with the lunch, let someone cut in front of you who looks like they're in a bigger hurry. The people I find most beautiful are the ones who aren't trying." [People]

She also said she thought the decision to name her "most beautiful" was "ridiculous." [Los Angeles Times]

Transgender model Andreja Pejic is profiled in Vogue, where, among other things, we learn that Make Up For Ever has hired her as the new face of the brand. [Vogue]

Meanwhile, actress Laverne Cox of "Orange Is the New Black" is the first transgender woman to be featued in a nude photo in Allure. [Allure]

Both Beyonce and fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld have been spotted wearing the $17,000, 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition in recent days. [The Cut]

Jared Leto was spotted out and about in Toronto trying to hide his hair under a hat. But some strands peeked out, showing that -- probably for his role as the Joker in the coming supervillain film "Suicide Squad"  -- he's dyed it bright, bright green. [The Cut]

Designers Zac Posen and Christian Siriano and mother/daughter models Pat and Anna Cleveland  joined in Los Angeles Monday for a panel discussion about the fashion business. Pat Cleveland compared the fashion business to her pet peacocks:  "At my house you'll see one put up this big blue fan [of feathers]  but if you look around behind him, you'll see there's a whole lot going on back there to make it look that way." [Los Angeles Times]