Fashion News Roundup: Henry Holland to Co-Host Rihanna's Fashion Reality Show, Khloe Kardashian Severs Ties With PETA, and Dolce & Gabbana Sues Dolce & Banana

Garance Doré Doesn't Think The Vogue Kiddie Diet Article Was Necessarily A Bad Thing: While we're all up in arms over Dara Lynn Weiss' "Weight Watcher" testimony in this month's Vogue, blogger Garance Doré thinks it does serve a positive purpose. She writes, "...I find it good that Vogue, through that testimony, breaks the silence of one of those 'normal' women that live with a food disorder all their life." While she makes a good argument for awareness, it's not like there isn't a huge discourse about eating disorders, especially in the fashion world. We're more concerned about the psychological effects Weiss' actions had on her perfectly healthy seven-year-old. {The Cut} Lady Gaga Tweets A Photo of Herself Without Makeup: ... so we guess she doesn't go to bed entirely in costume like we imagined? {Lady Gaga Twitter} Joan Smalls Covers Vogue Australia: Joan Smalls is on the cover of like, everything right now, and that includes the May issue of Vogue Australia. Continue to collect those coins, Ms. Smalls! {Fashin} Dolce & Gabbana Sues Dolce & Banana: No, this is real. The famed Italian design house has filed a lawsuit against Cape Town gift shop Dolce & Banana for trademark infringement, claiming the store "makes a mockery of the well-known trademark, Dolce & Gabbana." Sounds like Domencio and Stefano are not fans of clever puns. {Racked}
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Garance Doré Doesn't Think The Vogue Kiddie Diet Article Was Necessarily A Bad Thing: While we're all up in arms over Dara Lynn Weiss' "Weight Watcher" testimony in this month's Vogue, blogger Garance Doré thinks it does serve a positive purpose. She writes, "...I find it good that Vogue, through that testimony, breaks the silence of one of those 'normal' women that live with a food disorder all their life." While she makes a good argument for awareness, it's not like there isn't a huge discourse about eating disorders, especially in the fashion world. We're more concerned about the psychological effects Weiss' actions had on her perfectly healthy seven-year-old. {The Cut} Lady Gaga Tweets A Photo of Herself Without Makeup: ... so we guess she doesn't go to bed entirely in costume like we imagined? {Lady Gaga Twitter} Joan Smalls Covers Vogue Australia: Joan Smalls is on the cover of like, everything right now, and that includes the May issue of Vogue Australia. Continue to collect those coins, Ms. Smalls! {Fashin} Dolce & Gabbana Sues Dolce & Banana: No, this is real. The famed Italian design house has filed a lawsuit against Cape Town gift shop Dolce & Banana for trademark infringement, claiming the store "makes a mockery of the well-known trademark, Dolce & Gabbana." Sounds like Domencio and Stefano are not fans of clever puns. {Racked}
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Garance Doré Doesn't Think The Vogue Kiddie Diet Article Was Necessarily A Bad Thing: While we're all up in arms over Dara Lynn Weiss' "Weight Watcher" testimony in this month's Vogue, blogger Garance Doré thinks it does serve a positive purpose. She writes, "...I find it good that Vogue, through that testimony, breaks the silence of one of those 'normal' women that live with a food disorder all their life." While she makes a good argument for awareness, it's not like there isn't a huge discourse about eating disorders, especially in the fashion world. We're more concerned about the psychological effects Weiss' actions had on her perfectly healthy seven-year-old. {The Cut}

Lady Gaga Tweets A Photo of Herself Without Makeup: ... so we guess she doesn't go to bed entirely in costume like we imagined? {Lady Gaga Twitter}

Joan Smalls Covers Vogue Australia: Joan Smalls is on the cover of like, everything right now, and that includes the May issue of Vogue Australia. Continue to collect those coins, Ms. Smalls! {Fashin}

Dolce & Gabbana Sues Dolce & Banana: No, this is real. The famed Italian design house has filed a lawsuit against Cape Town gift shop Dolce & Banana for trademark infringement, claiming the store "makes a mockery of the well-known trademark, Dolce & Gabbana." Sounds like Domencio and Stefano are not fans of clever puns. {Racked}

Henry Holland Will Co-Host Rihanna's New Fashion Reality Show: We knew Henry Holland was going to be involved with Rihanna's upcoming televised fashion contest, but we didn't know in what capacity. Vogue UK is reporting that the designer will appear alongside the pop singer as a co-host. We think Riri's daring personal style and Holland's edgy aesthetic make for a perfect match. Will they please run episodes on BBC America? This sounds too awesome to miss! {Vogue UK}

Rachel Comey and Honor Launch E-Commerce: Let us raise our prayer hands and thank the fashion gods--you can now buy Rachel Comey and Honor online at each of their respective websites! Honor is celebrating their e-commerce platform with a short fashion film you can see here. But if you can't wait, go to shop.honornyc.com and RachelComey.com and get to shopping! {Fashionista inbox}

Khloe Kardashian Quits PETA: Leather wearer Khloe Kardashian announced via her blog that she will no longer be a spokesperson for PETA, after the organization has agreed to pay the legal fees of the woman who flour bombed her sister. "I’ve been a vocal supporter of PETA for a long time but I have also been very vocal about anti-bullying, so this was a huge disappointment for me," she said. "As you all know, I don’t condone violence and bullying and what happened last Thursday was just that...We all need to practice what we preach. I will still continue to NOT wear fur, but I will no longer support PETA. Bullying and harassment is NEVER a solution, and I won’t be a part of any organization that thinks otherwise." We wonder if Ms. Kardashian is aware that PETA has been sponsoring these animal rights "bullies" for years? But we guess that only becomes a problem when you mess with her sister.{Khloe Kardashian Blog}

Naomi Campbell Allegedly Mentioned in Boyfriend Vladimir Doronin's Divorce Papers: Vladimir Doronin's estranged wife, Ekaterina is claiming that Naomi Campbell is responsible for the breakdown of their marriage. Although Doronin and Campbell got together ten years after the couple separated, Ekaterina is apparently naming Campbell as a home wrecker in the divorce papers. {Vogue UK}