By Bronwyn Barnes
Updated August 28, 2012 at 10:57 PM EDT
Courtesy of Marks & Spencer

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s Autograph for Marks & Spencer underwear collection is only available in the UK, but fans can ogle the actress in her sexy ad campaign no matter where they live. [Telegraph]

From Meatballs to Moonrise Kingdom, play dress-up with the Bill Murray movie costumes paper doll collection. [Flavorwire]

He’s been taken to task for his ill-fitting suits, square-toe shoes and cell phone holster, but will Paul Ryan get a vice presidential makeover for the Republican National Convention? [LA Times]

Leave it to Miranda July to raise procrastination to an art form. The performance artist put off finishing her latest screenplay by writing a book inspired by her local Penny Saver ad circular. [McSweeney’s]

Spain’s Fuera de Serie magazine has stirred up controversy with its latest cover, which features an image of Michelle Obama as a topless slave from the “Famous Nudes” series by artist Karine Percheron-Daniels. [Huffington Post]

(Reporting by Nakisha Williams)

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