Set an Alarm for Cara Delevingne's DKNY Collab Drop, Amanda Bynes Reportedly Expelled From FIDM

And the history of Abercrombie & Fitch's glorious magazine, 'A&F Quarterly.'
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And the history of Abercrombie & Fitch's glorious magazine, 'A&F Quarterly.'
Behind the scenes of the #CaraD4DKNY campaign. Photo: DKNY

Behind the scenes of the #CaraD4DKNY campaign. Photo: DKNY

After the first campaign photos of Cara Delevingne's DKNY collab dropped earlier this week, DKNY has announced that the full collection will launch on Net-a-Porter, Shopbop and DKNY's site on October 15, so set your calendar alerts now. Think lots of sportswear, t-shirts, beanies and some very Cara-esque onesies. {Fashionista Inbox}

Just after getting arrested for a DUI, Amanda Bynes seems to have more trouble on her hands. According to TMZ, the former child star has been expelled from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising for showing up to classes high and offering other students money to do her work. A rep for the school declined to comment to Fashionista, citing the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act that protects students' privacy. Whether or not these rumors are true, we're still rooting for you, Amanda. {TMZ}

A&F Quarterly is the Abercrombie "magalog" you wish you knew had existed. Produced from 1997 to 2003 by a small group of fresh-out-of-college kids, it featured a combination of A&F clothing, nude photos shot by Bruce Weber and highbrow interviews. It only cost $6, came with a warning label and and you had to be 18 years or older to purchase. We'd say it's definitely worth a read, if only for the '00s nostalgia. {Racked}