Must Read: Emily Ratajkowski Covers 'GQ', Alexander Wang Nearing Investment Deal With General Atlantic

And Rag & Bone is under fire for destroying the shell of a vintage Porsche.
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And Rag & Bone is under fire for destroying the shell of a vintage Porsche.
Emily Ratajowski on the September cover of 'GQ' UK. Photo: GQ

Emily Ratajowski on the September cover of 'GQ' UK. Photo: GQ

Emily Ratajkowski covers British GQ
GQ UK tapped model/actress/Instagram star Emily Ratajkowski for its September issue, with two covers shot by Mario Testino and styled by Katie Grand. She holds handcuffs to her mouth in one version and lipstick in the other, and the results are certainly sexy. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Kim Kardashian's "Selfish" is a clunker
It's unbelievable in the truest sense of the word, but according to Nielsen Bookscan, Kim Kardashian's book o' selfies, titled "Selfish," has only sold 32,000 copies to date. While fans can get their daily dose of the reality star's self-portraits on Instagram for free, we'd have expected her book perform at least somewhat better than that. {Radar Online}

Alexander Wang emails himself 20 times per day
Haven't had enough Wang news in the past week? The Wall Street Journal is out with a fresh profile about the designer's quick path to success and daily work routine, which typically lasts 11 hours and involves nearly two dozen emails — to himself. {The Wall Street Journal}

Rag & Bone destroys a Porsche and car enthusiasts are displeased
For its fall campaign video, Rag & Bone dropped a cement block on a vintage 1979 Porsche, and car lovers are up in arms on the brand's YouTube page. Rag, for its part, says the Porsche was just a shell picked up from a scrapyard. {Four Pins}

Alexander Wang may have found an investor
Alexander Wang, who announced his departure from Balenciaga last week, is reportedly close to closing a private investment deal for his namesake brand with General Atlantic, a company that already has a stakes in online retailers Gilt Groupe and Alibaba Group, as well as media startups Vox Media and BuzzFeed. {WWD}

Kendall and Kylie Jenner preview contemporary line
Following a series of collaborations, the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, Kendall and Kylie, are continuing their foray into fashion with their own contemporary line, set to launch in spring 2016. The sisters told WWD their collection of mostly black and white pieces "represents what we want to wear." {WWD}

Ali Lohan stars in denim campaign
Ranbeeri Denim, a new, affordably priced denim line for teens, tapped Lindsay Lohan’s younger sister Ali for its first campaign, a rocker-themed series shot by Bryce Thompson. {WWD}