Cara Delevingne and Michelle Rodriguez Cavort Topless, Chrissy Teigen Plays Doctor, Russian Retail Slows

And Johnny Depp covers Interview.
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Chrissy Teigen guest stars on Amy Schumer's Comedy Central show ("Inside Amy Schumer") as a couples therapist. A very, very sexy couples therapist. {GQ}

Cara Delevingne and Michelle Rodriguez were spotted cavorting on a beach in Mexico, and the supermodel's top seems to have gone missing. {Jezebel}

Miranda Kerr says that she's losing muscle tone from the lack of sex post-split with Orlando Bloom. Also that she's a proud member of the mile high club. {GQ UK}

Prince George's baby blue sweater is the best thing to happen in customized clothing since Rag & Bone's bowling jackets. {Us Weekly}

Johnny Depp (and a teddybear) covers the first issue of Interview edited by new EIC Keith Pollock. One priority for Pollock's tenure? Putting new types of people on the cover. {The Cut}

In addition to covering Interview for the first time in 20 years, Johnny Depp has some more big news: An engagement to Amber Heard! Congrats to the happy couple. {Us Weekly}

Daisy Lowe is publishing a cookbook of delicious (but healthy!) sweets. Something tells us Lowe's demeanor would translate well into penning a book of treats. {Vogue UK}

Naomi Campbell is releasing three books, including one anthology of nudes taken over the course of her career. {Telegraph}

Phoebe Philo says she used to love trashy, sparkly clothing and finds mediocrity difficult. Good thing she's anything but. {The Cut}

Chrome Hearts has taken a minority stake in the Elder Statesman, after mentoring the brand for a year through the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund program. {Business of Fashion}

Jared Leto hung out with Abbey Lee Kershaw in Australia. "You're cool," he said. "No, you're cool," she replied. They decided they were both cool. {The Front Row View}

Lucky market editor Laurel Pantin wears a week's worth of Chanel in bed, and it's all kinds of cute. {Ann Street Studio}

Do people sometimes take fashion too seriously? Yes, they do. But for brands like Charlotte Olympia and Moschino, a dose of humor is hitting home with consumers. {Financial Times}

Despite being an industry favorite, Joseph Altuzarra says he likes to keep his social life separate from his career in fashion. {The Telegraph}

With the Russian ruble losing value against the dollar, retail growth is slowing in the country, which is bad news for fashion brands. {WWD}