Gigi Hadid Covers 'Adweek,' Selfie Sticks Banned at Coachella and Lollapalooza

And Coca Rocha welcomed baby girl Ioni this weekend.
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And Coca Rocha welcomed baby girl Ioni this weekend.
Gigi Hadid. Photo: Alexei Hay/'Adweek'

Gigi Hadid. Photo: Alexei Hay/'Adweek'

Nineteen-year-old Gigi Hadid is front and center on the cover of Adweek's "Millennial Issue," posing as the poster child for the new wave of digitally savvy models using social media as a form of insurance against aging out. {Adweek}

Decency, perhaps, is not lost. Both Coachella and Lollapalooza have listed selfie sticks on their list of items prohibited this year. (Coachella, for its part, listed it as a dual ban on "Selfie Sticks/'Narsisstics.'") {Brooklyn Vegan}

Canadian model Coco Rocha and husband James Conran welcomed baby Ioni (meaning "island") James Conran over the weekend. Not surprisingly, #babyioni already has her own Instagram account with 16.9K followers. So, does she qualify as an Instagirl now? {Instagram}

Looks like bushy-browed Danish model Line Brems has some stiff competition when it comes to looking the most like Cara Delevingne. Over the weekend, 14-year-old Olivia Herdt of Uruguay amassed over 21,000 followers when she posted a side-by-side Instagram photo of herself and the British model. Yes, they look like carbon copies of each other. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

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