Raf Simons's Bromance, Nicola Formichetti's 1st Diesel Campaign, Happy Birthday Kate Upton!

And Abercrombie & Fitch attempts to regain some of its dignity yet again.
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And Abercrombie & Fitch attempts to regain some of its dignity yet again.
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Diesel's pre-fall ads, the brand's first to feature clothing by new creative director Nicola Formichetti, have arrived. Dubbed the "Neo-Neoclassical Campaign," the manipulated images were shot by Nick Knight and feature, as expected, a whole lotta leatha. {Fashionista inbox}

Raf Simons and artist Sterling Ruby, who've collaborated on Simons's menswear collections, have one serious bromance going on. "I remember thinking, Wow, I’m really enjoying this! And then, Wow, that’s weird! I even remember what [Simons] was wearing — a striped shirt,” says Ruby of the first time they met. You can never have too much love, people. {T Magazine}

Happy Kate Upton Day! In honor of the Internet's favorite model's 22nd birthday (seriously, what were YOU doing when you were 22?), here are a zillion GIFs of her bouncing around and just generally looking extra hot. You are so, so welcome. {Mirror}

Further reading...

Erm... what's all that white stuff? Here's why red carpet makeup so often looks terrible IRL. {The Cut}

Despite being the cutest romper-wearer ever, Jenny Lewis claims she's a tomboy. {WWD}

Will simply altering its own brand descriptions help save Abercrombie & Fitch? {BuzzFeed}

There are apparently seven beauty benefits to drinking coffee. Who knew? {Byrdie}

Only Sarah Jessica Parker could make wearing a dress over jeans look this good. SJP, and NO ONE ELSE. {SheFinds}

Beyoncé is selling lyric t-shirts with emojis on them. Cute! {MTV Style}