Cara Delevingne Is 'Miss Cool' on Vogue Australia, a Plea to Bring Back Galliano, and Urban Outfitters Goes Inside Lisa Frank HQ

Cara Delevingne is crowned "Miss Cool" on the cover of Vogue Australia's October issue, shot by Benny Horne. {Vogue Australia} Courtney Love called "that hillbilly" Miley Cyrus "sort of punk in a weird sex way." She's certainly got a way with words. {NY Post} "Bring back John Galliano!" The founder of London boutique Browns, Joan Burstein, shares why the fashion industry still needs the controversial designer. {Vogue UK} Kenzo creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon reveal the story behind the brand's insanely popular tiger sweatshirt—and how it almost didn't happen. {Vogue UK} Urban Outfitters takes a video tour inside Lisa Frank HQ in Tucson, AZ and talks with the Lisa Frank herself. It's just as magical as it sounds. {The Atlantic}
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Cara Delevingne is crowned "Miss Cool" on the cover of Vogue Australia's October issue, shot by Benny Horne. {Vogue Australia} Courtney Love called "that hillbilly" Miley Cyrus "sort of punk in a weird sex way." She's certainly got a way with words. {NY Post} "Bring back John Galliano!" The founder of London boutique Browns, Joan Burstein, shares why the fashion industry still needs the controversial designer. {Vogue UK} Kenzo creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon reveal the story behind the brand's insanely popular tiger sweatshirt—and how it almost didn't happen. {Vogue UK} Urban Outfitters takes a video tour inside Lisa Frank HQ in Tucson, AZ and talks with the Lisa Frank herself. It's just as magical as it sounds. {The Atlantic}
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Cara Delevingne is crowned "Miss Cool" on the cover of Vogue Australia's October issue, shot by Benny Horne. {Vogue Australia}

Courtney Love called "that hillbilly" Miley Cyrus "sort of punk in a weird sex way." She's certainly got a way with words. {NY Post}

"Bring back John Galliano!" The founder of London boutique Browns, Joan Burstein, shares why the fashion industry still needs the controversial designer. {Vogue UK}

Kenzo creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon reveal the story behind the brand's insanely popular tiger sweatshirt—and how it almost didn't happen. {Vogue UK}

Urban Outfitters takes a video tour inside Lisa Frank HQ in Tucson, AZ and talks with the Lisa Frank herself. It's just as magical as it sounds. {The Atlantic}

Celeb designers can learn a thing or two from Daisy Fuentes: The former model and MTV VJ is now celebrating her eponymous brand's 10th year in the fashion biz. {WWD}

Gap is looking to expand in the international and e-commerce arena. {WWD}

Zoe Saldana apparently got secretly married in June. Wedding dress pix please? {US Weekly}

The fashion crowd is serious about fitness. Tracy Anderson reveals the lengths to which her NYC clients are going to fit their workouts into their busy fashion week schedules. Oh, and she also mentions how she's not "allowed" to transform client Lena Dunham's body just yet. {The Cut}

What's it really like being plus size in the fashion industry? Four models--including ANTM Cycle 10 winner Whitney Thompson--get real. {Refinery29}

Robert R. Taylor, the marketing exec behind Calvin Klein's iconic Obsession ads, passed away yesterday at the age of 77. {HuffPo}

Billabong is collaborating with Australian-born, New York-based model and blogger (4th and Bleeker), Alexandra Spencer, for a capsule collection of clothes for the jet-setting gal. {NYLON}