5 Things To Know This AM

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Just in case you needed any more proof that Beyoncé is in fact the queen of pop culture, she's just been appointed honorary chair to Anna Wintour's highly selective court (Riccardo Tisci is among the members) at this year's Costume Institute Gala. (WWD)

Speaking of the Costume Institute Gala, punk icons Johnny Rotten, Richard Hell, and Jon Savage have penned essays for the book accompanying the Institute's Punk: Chaos to Couture show opening the night of the event. (WWD)

Now you can say you knew about Daria before she was the cool, fatigue-clad face of American teenage angst. Just watch the show's original black-and-white pilot. (Gothamist)

Jason Segel has written a series of young adult novels based off the first script he ever sold. While the whole celebrity-turned-author move isn't a new trend, we're curious to know if these books will come with a parental advisory warning on them. (Complex)

Art imitates life...and by art, we mean Mad Men. Christina Hendricks' sultry ad for Johnnie Walker debuted during last night's show, which feels like something Joan would appreciate, right? (Business Insider)


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Photo: Courtesy of Givenchy Haute Couture.