Jourdan Dunn Talks Race in Fashion, Kate Spade Wants Ralph Lauren Status, Victoria's Secret Goes to China

And what would a Friday be without some Cara Delevingne / Michelle Rodriguez gossip?
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And what would a Friday be without some Cara Delevingne / Michelle Rodriguez gossip?
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Jourdan Dunn sounds off on the state of race in fashion, saying that one non-white model in a fashion show is not progress. Spot on, Ms. Dunn. {Telegraph}

Kanye West is reportedly seeking investor support for his creative firm, DONDA, in order to build out his clothing line. {Page Six}

Kate Spade is angling to be the next Ralph Lauren, modeling its business on the American mega-brand's structure. {Business of Fashion}

Preen designed an unbelievably pretty skateboard exclusively for Selfridges, making us all wish we'd been cool enough to learn how to skateboard back in high school. {Selfridges}

For young people looking to work in fashion, skipping university -- and its associated debt -- to do internships are an increasingly attractive option. {The Guardian}

After two months in rehab for eating disorder treatment, Ke$ha is back at work. We can't wait to see what she turns out. {Twitter}

Victoria's Secret is launching in mainland China, but don't look for lingerie in its first store. {Quartz}

Seems that Hearst made a great call giving Dr. Oz his own magazine. The doc's new magazine, The Good Life, is sold out on newsstands. {WWD}

Imogen Poots n-a-i-l-e-d it in this lavender gown and romantic braids. Gawd, perfection. {FabSugar}

Even Jared Leto -- he of the attention-grabbing Oscars photobombs -- wonders if Jennifer Lawrence's repeated stumbles are an act. {Us Weekly}

In honor of Connie Britton's birthday, a look back at all of her best hair looks. Because those curls. {Huffington Post}

Apparently hair bullies are a thing. Here's how to deal if someone is messing with your mane. {Refinery29}

Moda Operandi co-founder Aslaug Magnusdottir has a new startup, which promises to give customers the ability to modify certain aspects of designer clothing. {WSJ}

Here are all the biggest sales this weekend. Apologies in advance to your credit card. {FabSugar}

Here's a behind-the-scenes look at Pharrell's Western-themed fashion shoot for The Guardian's Weekend magazine. There are horses and, yes, that hat. {The Guardian}

When you're an American who loves fashion, life is in many ways one big blur of desperately trying to nail Parisian style. Here, a whopping 65 ways to aid in your quest. {Refinery29}

Here is a video of Michelle Rodriguez and Cara Delevingne grinding up on Beyoncé's backup dancers. Happy Friday. {TMZ}