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Brad Pitt Turns 51! See His Life in Hair

Happy birthday, Brad Pitt! The three-time Oscar nominee and star of Fury turns 51 today. The actor and producer first stole our hearts in 1991, when he starred in his breakout film role in Thelma and Louise. Since then, the actor has demanded our attention for more than two decades, but for much more than just his smoldering good looks.

Following critically-acclaimed performances in Interview with a Vampire, 12 Monkeys, Fight Club, and later Mr. and Mrs. Smith, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and Moneyball, the actor has become one of the most renowned and highest-paid players in Hollywood—in addition to becoming one of our most-watched celebrities.

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Earlier this year, the father of six married longtime partner Angelina Jolie in a intimate ceremony in Chateau Miraval, France. Apart from their respective acting careers, the pair are active humanitarians and philanthropists, having started the Jolie-Pitt Foundation in 2006.

In honor of his birthday, take a look back at Pitt through the years and watch him go from a handsome newcomer to Hollywood’s number one leading (and, of course, ever-so-handsome) man.

PHOTOS: See Brad Pitt’s Transformation Through the Years

John Galliano Turns 54

John Galliano, the designer who previously headed up Givenchy, Christian Dior, and his own eponymous label, as well as some designs for Oscar de la Renta, turns 54 today. Galliano has led a successful life in the fashion industry so far, though his career has not been without scandal. The British designer was recently named creative director of Maison Martin Margiela, a surprising move on the part of both parties. “I’m less surprised that he is making a comeback than by the fact that Margiela would name a designer at all, which goes against the long-held principles of the founding designer,” writes Eric Wilson, InStyle‘s fashion news director. “And Galliano is a flamboyant showman, almost the antithesis of Margiela.”

One thing’s for sure: We’re excited to see the standout creations Galliano dreams up for the brand!

PHOTOS: Celebrities Wearing Maison Martin Margiela

Birthday Boy: Justin Theroux Turns 43!

Happy Birthday, Justin Theroux! The actor and beau to Jennifer Aniston turns 43 today. Best known for his roles in Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle and American Psycho, Theroux is currently starring in the HBO series The Leftovers. When he’s not acting, the D.C. native shows off his best outfits while on the red carpet with his bride-to-be. Want a peek at their standout looks as a darling duo? Click here to see him and Jennifer Aniston in our Most Stylish Couples gallery.

Masterpiece! Uniqlo Turns Famous Art Into Fun Tees, Available Today

If you think fashion is art, Uniqlo is taking it one step further—the retailer is turning art into fashion. Today, the company launches its first SPRZ NY collection in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Together, the store and museum teamed up to create over 200 pieces, from tanks to tees to socks to bags, all plastered with the work of the most transformational artists of our time ($ 5.90 to $ 49.90 at sprzny.uniqlo.com).

The project took months to develop, partly-led by the curatorial team at the MoMA, who hand-selected the eight artists to kick off the collection, plus the works they would reinterpret for the clothing. And it’s all in the mix. Artists include both rising stars and household names, such as Jean-Michel Basquiat (below right), Keith Haring (tote above and tank below left), Ryan McGinness, Sarah Morris (above left), Jack Pierson, Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol (above right), and Lawrence Weiner.

Uniqlo MoMA Tees

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The bonus? This isn’t just a one-and-done deal. You can count on Uniqlo as your new go-to art clothing dealer. The retailer revealed to us that they’re replacing the first two artists who sell out with two additional artists around July.

And while the art on the clothes are limited-edition delights, so is the new second floor of the Uniqlo Fifth Avenue flagship in New York City, which the brand remodeled specifically for this collection.  Museum-like in its structure, the space displays each arty tee behind a glass panel (think: a gallery exhibition). Of course, if you want to see this art for real, the Museum of Modern Art is actually just down the street.