Fashion News Roundup: Abbey Lee Kershaw May Be in a Spielberg Film, There Are More Details About the Prada/Schiaparelli Met Exhibit, and Angelina Jolie Covers Vogue Turkey

The Other Missing Model: Though we all miss Karlie, many have been surprised this season at the lack of Abbey Lee Kershaw on the runways. Turns out she's having knee surgery tomorrow (ouch!). The model has been plagued with knee issues for years, and we certainly wish her a speedy recovery. But there's also a rumor she's working on the next Spielberg film - something her New York Agency Next Model Management did not confirm or deny. {Frockwriter} Ferragamo Partners with the Louvre: The Italian brand has announced that it will be the exclusive sponsor of the upcoming exhibit "Saint Anne, Leonardo da Vinci's Ultimate Masterpiece,” running from March 29 to June 25 at the Louvre. In an historic move, Ferragamo will show Resort on June 12 in the Denon wing, the first time the Louvre has allowed a fashion show within the museum itself. Chairman Ferruccio Ferragamo considers the sponsorship "a great honor." {WWD} Angelina's Face Covers Vogue Turkey: She's not just a pretty (and hilarious) leg. Jolie looks fantastic on the cover of this month's Turkish edition of Vogue, reminding everyone that her face is just as worthy of attention as her gams. {ONTD}
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The Other Missing Model: Though we all miss Karlie, many have been surprised this season at the lack of Abbey Lee Kershaw on the runways. Turns out she's having knee surgery tomorrow (ouch!). The model has been plagued with knee issues for years, and we certainly wish her a speedy recovery. But there's also a rumor she's working on the next Spielberg film - something her New York Agency Next Model Management did not confirm or deny. {Frockwriter} Ferragamo Partners with the Louvre: The Italian brand has announced that it will be the exclusive sponsor of the upcoming exhibit "Saint Anne, Leonardo da Vinci's Ultimate Masterpiece,” running from March 29 to June 25 at the Louvre. In an historic move, Ferragamo will show Resort on June 12 in the Denon wing, the first time the Louvre has allowed a fashion show within the museum itself. Chairman Ferruccio Ferragamo considers the sponsorship "a great honor." {WWD} Angelina's Face Covers Vogue Turkey: She's not just a pretty (and hilarious) leg. Jolie looks fantastic on the cover of this month's Turkish edition of Vogue, reminding everyone that her face is just as worthy of attention as her gams. {ONTD}
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The Other Missing Model: Though we all miss Karlie, many have been surprised this season at the lack of Abbey Lee Kershaw on the runways. Turns out she's having knee surgery tomorrow (ouch!). The model has been plagued with knee issues for years, and we certainly wish her a speedy recovery. But there's also a rumor she's working on the next Spielberg film - something her New York Agency Next Model Management did not confirm or deny. {Frockwriter}

Ferragamo Partners with the Louvre: The Italian brand has announced that it will be the exclusive sponsor of the upcoming exhibit "Saint Anne, Leonardo da Vinci's Ultimate Masterpiece,” running from March 29 to June 25 at the Louvre. In an historic move, Ferragamo will show Resort on June 12 in the Denon wing, the first time the Louvre has allowed a fashion show within the museum itself. Chairman Ferruccio Ferragamo considers the sponsorship "a great honor." {WWD}

Angelina's Face Covers Vogue Turkey: She's not just a pretty (and hilarious) leg. Jolie looks fantastic on the cover of this month's Turkish edition of Vogue, reminding everyone that her face is just as worthy of attention as her gams. {ONTD}

Streetpeeper for Saks: Phil Oh of Streetpeeper is known best for his street style snaps, and now he's targeted his lenses for Saks Fifth Avenue. The photographer shot an online editorial for the retailer featuring spring handbags. The results are pretty lustworthy. {Saks Fifth Avenue}

More on the Upcoming Prada/Schiaparelli Met Exhibit: Per a press release from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the exhibit will be broken down into seven specific subjects exploring common themes between the two female designers. Subjects include "The Surreal Body" and "Ugly Chic." Each subject will be accompanied by a "conversation" between the two women as imagined by Baz Luhrmann. We can't wait for the exhibit to open. {The Cut}

But Can She Shoot Arrows?: Mattel is rumored to be releasing a Katniss Everdeen Barbie this April. While Jennifer Lawrence is unquestionably gorgeous, does the character of Katniss really make sense as a Barbie? It's not immediately clear which outfit she comes in, but a Cinna design seems to fit the context best. Flame dress maybe? {Crushable}

Lucky Scores the Hottest Interview in Town: John Jannuzzi of Lucky managed to get an exclusive interview with Llama del Rey. We're not sure how he did it, but the results are fascinating. Learn about her "llamagraphical" inspirations, growing up on "corn crop," and read more puns that you can pack into her "all natural" snout. {Lucky}