By Colleen Kratofil
Updated February 22, 2016 10:12 PM

Get ready to kick off your week with a heavy download of style news. Cara Delevingne is back in the modeling game, Vogue is releasing a new in-depth fashion documentary about the making of the Met Gala, Reese Witherspoon has some exciting Draper James news and Julia Roberts has a gorgeous Lancôme ad you need to watch now. (They’re guaranteed to take all those Monday blues away.)

Cara Delevingne and Karl Lagerfeld

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Delevingne made a very public exit from her modeling career last year (she said it made her “hate” her body), but it looks like one of her favorite labels couldn’t keep her away. She’s teaming up with Chanel in a new video for its Spring/Summer 2016 eyewear campaign. All we get to see for now is the dramatic and moody teaser video clip where Delevingne’s Blue Steel-wielding ways prove to be sharper than ever.

Lancôme has a new video featuring the brand’s La Vie est Belle ambassadress, Julia Roberts. In the James Gray-directed spot, Roberts escapes her stuffy dinner party by breaking through the walls into more and more exciting soirees until she reaches a terrace facing the Eiffel Tower. (And her glittering, Swarovski-crystal covered Alexandre Vauthier dress is almost as radiant as her smile.)

Next up? Reese Witherspoon‘s Draper James expansion. She’s broadening her fashion line empire with a new YouTube channel. It debuted with a new original video, “A Southern Guide To Movie Quotes” with Witherspoon putting her charming Southern twist to iconic lines in films (her Al Pacino is uncanny). The channel will roll out three more original “A Southern Guide To” videos this spring.

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You’ve seen the exhibits. You’ve seen the outrageous red carpet outfits. But you haven’t seen how the most fashionable night of the year (that would be the Met Gala) comes together. Following in the footsteps of Vogue‘s first behind-the-scenes documentary, The September Issue, the new film, First Monday in May, tracks the what it takes to curate the exhibit and host the accompanying party. It follows Vogue Editor in Chief Anna Wintour, Vogue Director of Special Projects Sylvana Ward Durrett and Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute curator Andrew Bolton during their work preparing for the 2015 exhibit, “China: Through the Looking Glass.”

Are you excited for Delevingne’s modeling return? What do you think of the new Draper James’ videos? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

— Colleen Kratofil