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Alexa Chung Covers Glamour Italia, Karl Lagerfeld Inspires an Opera, Levi's Lays Off 800

Plus, Gwyneth Paltrow announces her "conscious uncoupling" from Chris Martin on GOOP .
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Alexa Chung looks unfairly amazing in Dolce, Miu Miu, Christopher Kane and more in her April Glamour Italia cover spread. {Next News}

Condé Nast is sponsoring the opening day of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. No word on whether sales from from Vogue's Kim Kardashian and Kanye West cover will go towards supporting the event. {911 Memorial}

Levi's has announced that it will lay off 800 of its employees, thereby eliminating redundant positions and streamlining operations. {WWD}

The "Puffy Clouds" dress from Marc Jacobs' Fall 2014 collection cost €8,000 per meter in Swiss-made fabric, which translates to a $28,000 price tag. NBD. {The Cut}

Ooooh... These *might* be the first (leaked) images of Kanye West's Adidas collaboration. { via The Source}

Despite being more on-trend than it has ever been, Nike is not a fashion company, says CEO Mark Parker. {Telegraph}

Short of burning all of your clothes, here are the best ways to deal with a tiny closet space this spring. {SHEfinds}

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In addition to ditching her shoes on the red carpet, Shailene Woodley -- a.k.a. America's favorite flower child -- is a big fan of chilled-out red carpet poses. {FabSugar}

In a GOOP post titled "Conscious Uncoupling," Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin announced that they are separating. We'll look past the utter GOOP-iness of the note to just say: Sad days. {GOOP}

Next up from the wizards over at Khiel's? Nail polish. {WWD}

Portraying a stay-at-home dad and author in brilliant web series "High Maintenance," the dearly departed Matthew Crawley Dan Stevens donned a Rachel Comey dress to smoke some weed. {The Cut}

Ever wondered how Peter Pilotto's print magic happens? Here's a behind-the-scenes look at the London studio. {Refinery29}

Life inspiring art? A new staging of the opera “Platée” casts the character of Jupiter as a Karl Lagerfeld lookalike. {WWD}

Sometimes Beyoncé's life isn't totally perfect. Like when her snakeskin tour jumpsuit gets held up at customs for not having the proper paperwork. {Vogue UK}

Digital agency Createthe Group is looking into a possible data breach on its platform, which powers the e-commerce sites of Donna Karan, Marc Jacobs and Oscar de la Renta, to name a few. {WWD}