Fashion News Roundup: Lara Stone Suing French Playboy, Zee Sweats in Chanel and J. Crew Sells Friendship Bracelets

The Naked Truth: Apparently, French Playboy published some pictures, many of them nude, of Lara Stone without her consent. She issued a statement saying "It's not the kind of publication I would ever choose to appear in." While French Playboy is probably more similar to French Vogue than American Playboy (Lou Doillon has appeared nude on the cover, willingly), there is something wrong with the magazine publishing the photos without Stone's knowledge or permission. Her lawyers have begun proceedings against the magazine and photographer Greg Lotus. {The Cut} Can't Hardly Wait: Another online magazine goes live this Friday. It's called Hardly and is openly aiming to fill the void that Sassy left behind, something no other magazine has successfully been able to achieve. Only a few shots have been released from the Canada-based mag, but it looks good to us and we hope it brings today's teens the kind of happiness the Sassy brought people back in the day. {Refinery29} Zee Goes to the Zoo: In a kind of hilarious video, Joe Zee walks around the The City on a 90 degree day. He goes to the zoo and lays out in a park. Oh, and he's wearing a Fall '10 Chanel suit made entirely out of faux fur that looks like an abominable snowman costume. {Elle.com}
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The Naked Truth: Apparently, French Playboy published some pictures, many of them nude, of Lara Stone without her consent. She issued a statement saying "It's not the kind of publication I would ever choose to appear in." While French Playboy is probably more similar to French Vogue than American Playboy (Lou Doillon has appeared nude on the cover, willingly), there is something wrong with the magazine publishing the photos without Stone's knowledge or permission. Her lawyers have begun proceedings against the magazine and photographer Greg Lotus. {The Cut} Can't Hardly Wait: Another online magazine goes live this Friday. It's called Hardly and is openly aiming to fill the void that Sassy left behind, something no other magazine has successfully been able to achieve. Only a few shots have been released from the Canada-based mag, but it looks good to us and we hope it brings today's teens the kind of happiness the Sassy brought people back in the day. {Refinery29} Zee Goes to the Zoo: In a kind of hilarious video, Joe Zee walks around the The City on a 90 degree day. He goes to the zoo and lays out in a park. Oh, and he's wearing a Fall '10 Chanel suit made entirely out of faux fur that looks like an abominable snowman costume. {Elle.com}
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The Naked Truth: Apparently, French Playboy published some pictures, many of them nude, of Lara Stone without her consent. She issued a statement saying "It's not the kind of publication I would ever choose to appear in." While French Playboy is probably more similar to French Vogue than American Playboy (Lou Doillon has appeared nude on the cover, willingly), there is something wrong with the magazine publishing the photos without Stone's knowledge or permission. Her lawyers have begun proceedings against the magazine and photographer Greg Lotus. {The Cut}

Can't Hardly Wait: Another online magazine goes live this Friday. It's called Hardly and is openly aiming to fill the void that Sassy left behind, something no other magazine has successfully been able to achieve. Only a few shots have been released from the Canada-based mag, but it looks good to us and we hope it brings today's teens the kind of happiness the Sassy brought people back in the day. {Refinery29} Zee Goes to the Zoo: In a kind of hilarious video, Joe Zee walks around the The City on a 90 degree day. He goes to the zoo and lays out in a park. Oh, and he's wearing a Fall '10 Chanel suit made entirely out of faux fur that looks like an abominable snowman costume. {Elle.com}

J. Crew friendship bracelets: J. Crew's latest accessories collab is with Frieda & Nellie and includes super cute one-of-a-kind friendship bracelets! The collection debuts tomorrow in the SoHo and East Hampton boutiques and if you're wondering why we're just hearing about it now, it's because J. Crew only met with the designers last week - impulse buying we can all benefit from. However, they are a bit pricey - $130 to $250 per bracelet. {Stylelist}

Critical Shopper vs. Forever 21: An anonymous squad of 3 brave women to took on the enormous Times Square Forever 21 on a weekday afternoon. They spend hours in the store, dodging such obstacles as rambunctious teenagers and crying children on a quest for the ultimate designer-inspired deal. {NY Times}