Fashion News Roundup: Madonna Wears Agent Provocateur On Her Single Cover, Coco Rocha to Host a Reality Show, and Kanye West's Shoes Get Picked Up

Madonna Barely Wears Agent Provocateur on New Single Cover: Along with her droves of loyal fans, Madonna can now count lingerie brand Agent Provocateur as one of her biggest supporters - in the extremely literal sense. No denying that Madge looks gooood on her "Girls Gone Wild" single cover, but we've just one caveat: While it's no secret that some things go south with age, it seems Madonna's nips have full-on vanished. Life is a mystery... {Telegraph} Coco Rocha's New Online Beauty Show: Is Coco Rocha gearing up to be the next model mogul a la Tyra and Heidi? The Canadian cutie is set to host a new online reality series airing this April called Canada's Best Beauty Talent, which will feature hair and beauty experts competing for a showcase in a magazine spread. You go Coco! {HuffPo Canada} Downton Abbey Actress Looks Dead in Dominic Jones Jewelry Campaign: Would you buy jewelry from a dead person? Or more specifically, a dead Downton Abbey actress? Dominic Jones seems to think so--his latest campaign features Downton actress Jessica Brown Findlay and model Mary Charteris posing in what could easily be an ANTM shoot challenge inspired by The Others. {Refinery 29}
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Madonna Barely Wears Agent Provocateur on New Single Cover: Along with her droves of loyal fans, Madonna can now count lingerie brand Agent Provocateur as one of her biggest supporters - in the extremely literal sense. No denying that Madge looks gooood on her "Girls Gone Wild" single cover, but we've just one caveat: While it's no secret that some things go south with age, it seems Madonna's nips have full-on vanished. Life is a mystery... {Telegraph} Coco Rocha's New Online Beauty Show: Is Coco Rocha gearing up to be the next model mogul a la Tyra and Heidi? The Canadian cutie is set to host a new online reality series airing this April called Canada's Best Beauty Talent, which will feature hair and beauty experts competing for a showcase in a magazine spread. You go Coco! {HuffPo Canada} Downton Abbey Actress Looks Dead in Dominic Jones Jewelry Campaign: Would you buy jewelry from a dead person? Or more specifically, a dead Downton Abbey actress? Dominic Jones seems to think so--his latest campaign features Downton actress Jessica Brown Findlay and model Mary Charteris posing in what could easily be an ANTM shoot challenge inspired by The Others. {Refinery 29}
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Madonna Barely Wears Agent Provocateur on New Single Cover: Along with her droves of loyal fans, Madonna can now count lingerie brand Agent Provocateur as one of her biggest supporters - in the extremely literal sense. No denying that Madge looks gooood on her "Girls Gone Wild" single cover, but we've just one caveat: While it's no secret that some things go south with age, it seems Madonna's nips have full-on vanished. Life is a mystery... {Telegraph}

Coco Rocha's New Online Beauty Show: Is Coco Rocha gearing up to be the next model mogul a la Tyra and Heidi? The Canadian cutie is set to host a new online reality series airing this April called Canada's Best Beauty Talent, which will feature hair and beauty experts competing for a showcase in a magazine spread. You go Coco! {HuffPo Canada}

Downton Abbey Actress Looks Dead in Dominic Jones Jewelry Campaign: Would you buy jewelry from a dead person? Or more specifically, a dead Downton Abbey actress? Dominic Jones seems to think so--his latest campaign features Downton actress Jessica Brown Findlay and model Mary Charteris posing in what could easily be an ANTM shoot challenge inspired by The Others. {Refinery 29}

Adidas and Stella McCartney Made Clothes for Doing Yoga in the Desert: The new ad for the Stella McCartney yoga collection at Adidas depicts a model lost in the desert, who - naturally - decides to do some yoga poses. What, like you've never done that? {Racked}

You... or, Someone... Can Buy Kanye West Shoes Soon: So maybe Kanye's debut show last season wasn't a 100% bust... Probably more like, 90%. French store Colette has picked up some of his shoes (in collaboration with Giuseppe Zanotti) that should be available to the Parisian public sometime this spring. {Refinery 29}

Derek Lam Makes Brain Injury Awareness Tees: The designer has designed a limited edition tee to profit Opportunity Project, a nonprofit that helps people with brain injuries. The $30 shirts will be available to purchase through OP's website, throughout March, Brain Injury Awareness month. Now, could someone please design a bike helmet that doesn't make me look like Skeeter Valentine from Doug? {WWD}

Nearly Half of All Women Can't Go Without Makeup: A new study says that 44% of women need to wear makeup in order to feel attractive, and 1/4 of all women start wearing makeup before age 13. Which brings me back to my eighth grade days of lime green eyeliner, hot pink mascara, and coordinating Wet 'n' Wild body glitter sticks. Glitter sticks were the best. {HuffPo}

Designers Re-imagine Hilfiger Trench for American in Paris Initiative: For the second season of the American in Paris showroom initiative, the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund asked ten designers to customize a classic Tommy trench. Participants include Prabal Gurung and Billy Reid, whose limited edition designs will be available to buy on Saturday at Tommy Hilfiger's New York and Paris flagship locations. {WWD}