Fashion News Roundup: Amy Winehouse's Final Video, Topman Calls Women Dogs and Changes in Mag Mastheads

Hannelli Mustaparta Stars In Net-A-Porter's Fall Ads: The stylish blogger joins Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Atlanta de Cadenet and Shala Monroque for the sale site's "real people" campaign. {WWD} Editorial Musical Chairs: Fact: WWD reports that Chris Dixon, design director for New York mag, is going to Vanity Fair. Rumors: Brides VP and publisher Carolyn Kremins might go to another Condé mag and EIC Millie Martini Bratten might exit the company, while Lucky VP and publisher Michelle Myers might be ousted by Bill Wackermann, their executive VP who also heads Glamour, W, Bon Appétit and Details. {WWD} Models Don't Really Make Much Money: A former model speaks out about the inconsistent pay and difficulties faced by unknown models who don't land Victoria's Secret contracts or Vogue spreads. {NY Times} From Runway to Rack--How Department Store Exclusives Happen: Big retailers usually ask designers for exclusive colors or cuts from their runway looks-- here's how they make their wares stand out. {WSJ}
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Hannelli Mustaparta Stars In Net-A-Porter's Fall Ads: The stylish blogger joins Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Atlanta de Cadenet and Shala Monroque for the sale site's "real people" campaign. {WWD} Editorial Musical Chairs: Fact: WWD reports that Chris Dixon, design director for New York mag, is going to Vanity Fair. Rumors: Brides VP and publisher Carolyn Kremins might go to another Condé mag and EIC Millie Martini Bratten might exit the company, while Lucky VP and publisher Michelle Myers might be ousted by Bill Wackermann, their executive VP who also heads Glamour, W, Bon Appétit and Details. {WWD} Models Don't Really Make Much Money: A former model speaks out about the inconsistent pay and difficulties faced by unknown models who don't land Victoria's Secret contracts or Vogue spreads. {NY Times} From Runway to Rack--How Department Store Exclusives Happen: Big retailers usually ask designers for exclusive colors or cuts from their runway looks-- here's how they make their wares stand out. {WSJ}
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Hanneli Mustaparta Stars In Net-A-Porter's Fall Ads: The stylish blogger joins Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Atlanta de Cadenet and Shala Monroque for the sale site's "real people" campaign. {WWD}

Editorial Musical Chairs: Fact: WWD reports that Chris Dixon, design director for New York mag, is going to Vanity Fair. Rumors: Brides VP and publisher Carolyn Kremins might go to another Condé mag and EIC Millie Martini Bratten might exit the company, while Lucky VP and publisher Michelle Myers might be ousted by Bill Wackermann, their executive VP who also heads Glamour, W, Bon Appétit and Details. {WWD}

Models Don't Really Make Much Money: A former model speaks out about the inconsistent pay and difficulties faced by unknown models who don't land Victoria's Secret contracts or Vogue spreads. {NY Times}

From Runway to Rack--How Department Store Exclusives Happen: Big retailers usually ask designers for exclusive colors or cuts from their runway looks-- here's how they make their wares stand out. {WSJ}

NYFW Street Style: Check out some of the style makers who've been gracing Lincoln Center { FabSugar}

Topman Shirt Compares Women to Dogs: A highly offensive and misogynist T-shirt reading, "Nice New Girlfriend, What Breed Is She?" was, unsurprisingly, met with serious controversy and has since been pulled from stores. {StyleCaster}

Watch Amy Winehouse's Last Video With Tony Bennett: Her final collaboration before her death, 'Body and Soul' is a soulful number that might have you tearing up. {Just Jared}

Lady Gaga Returns To Outlandish Dressing: Jo Calderone's simplicity was just blasted away by this metal leaf-shaped fascinator and the f*** you spray-painted on Gaga's updo. Nice to see her back in uniform. {MTV Style}