Revlon Hit with Anti-Semetic Lawsuit by Former Exec, Imogen Poots Fronts Miu Miu Spring Campaign

Plus: Salvatore Ferragamo and Gucci preview their spring/summer 2015 ad campaigns, and Jennifer Aniston wears Valentino on the cover of 'InStyle.'
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Plus: Salvatore Ferragamo and Gucci preview their spring/summer 2015 ad campaigns, and Jennifer Aniston wears Valentino on the cover of 'InStyle.'
Imogen Poots for Miu Miu Spring 2015. Photo: Miu Miu.

Imogen Poots for Miu Miu Spring 2015. Photo: Miu Miu.

The spring campaigns are coming! Leading the charge are Miu Miu's cinematic ads, shot by Steven Meisel. The campaign features models Imogen Poots, Mia Goth and Marine Vacth looking moody in jewel-toned coats and accessories. {WWD}

Revlon is starting off the new year with a lawsuit. Former Chief Scientific Officer Alan Meyers claims that he was fired by the cosmetic company as an act of retaliation and discrimination against him and is seeking unspecified damages. According to Meyers, Revlon’s Italian CEO, Lorenzo Delpani, often lashed out at Meyers in front of other employees, making both anti-Semetic and anti-American comments. Equally concerning are Meyers claims that he was let go after Delpani failed to listen to his concerns about safety hazards in newly acquired factories. Revlon denies these allegations, calling them “baseless” and “frivolous.” {Business of Fashion}

In other campaign news, Daria Werbowy and Arthur Grosse star in the spring 2015 ads for Salvatore Ferragamo. The campaign was shot in Los Angeles by Mert & Marcus and highlights the brand's leather goods and colorful apparel. {Fashionista inbox}

Jennifer Aniston is InStyle's February cover star. For her sixth time fronting the glossy, the actress wears a bright red Valentino dress and talks about her Oscar-buzz worthy performance in "Cake." {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Gucci also previewed its upcoming campaign with up-close images of Polish model Malgosia Bela. Like Ferragamo, the Italian house tapped Mert & Marcus to shoot the campaign, and the simple background lets the clothes speak for themselves, showcasing a distinct '70s look with lots of fur and suede. See images from the campaigns below. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

To all those Kendall Jenner haters out there who say the only reason she's a model is because of her famous, Internet-breaking sister -- her sister agrees with you. In a new teaser video for the upcoming season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," a frustrated Kim is seen venting to sister Kourtney about what we can only presume is little sis, Ken Jen, below: