Chiara Ferragni Is The First Blogger to Cover 'Vogue,' Gigi Hadid Takes Miami

And a very strange twist in the Dolce & Gabbana vs. Elton John saga.
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And a very strange twist in the Dolce & Gabbana vs. Elton John saga.
Chiara Ferragni. Photo: Nico Bustos/Vogue Espana

Chiara Ferragni. Photo: Nico Bustos/Vogue Espana

Lucky's not the only magazine recognizing the 'net's most successful style bloggers; Vogue Spain tapped Chiara Ferragni as its April 2015 cover girl. Also known as The Blonde Salad, Ferragni was photographed by Nico Bustos in furs alongside three Afghan hounds. This makes her the first blogger ever to cover an edition of Vogue. {The Blonde Salad via Who What Wear}

Here's the strangest update yet to the ongoing feud between the designers of Dolce & Gabbana and Elton John over their conflicting opinions about non-traditional families and IVF. Just a couple of days after John incited a now-widespread boycott against Dolce & Gabbana products, he was photographed in Los Angeles carrying a Dolce & Gabbana shopping bag. A rep for John says he was carrying the bag, but hadn't been shopping. Perhaps it contained an apology gift from the designers? {Daily Mail}

California girl Gigi Hadid provided Vogue with exclusive behind-the-scene photos of her post-fashion month trip to Miami to host something called Victoria's Secret Pink Spring Break. The young model is seen with her model co-host Rachel Hilbert, cozying up to boyfriend Cody Simpson, and partying poolside. {Vogue}

Irving Place Capital is hesitating to take over American Apparel Inc., as the private equity firm feels AA is more concerned with raising capital and turning itself around than making a sale. If the deal should go through, however, there is speculation that former CEO Dov Charney could return to the company. {Business of Fashion}

Hearst glossy Marie Claire is pushing the limits of native advertisement. The latest subscriber cover is fully sponsored by footwear label Stuart Weitzman, and promotes the magazine's month-long "Shoes First" program. {WWD}