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Cara Delevingne and Michelle Rodriguez Cavort Topless, Chrissy Teigen Plays Doctor, Russian Retail Slows

And Johnny Depp covers Interview.

Chrissy Teigen guest stars on Amy Schumer's Comedy Central show ("Inside Amy Schumer") as a couples therapist. A very, very sexy couples therapist. {GQ}

Cara Delevingne and Michelle Rodriguez were spotted cavorting on a beach in Mexico, and the supermodel's top seems to have gone missing. {Jezebel}

Miranda Kerr says that she's losing muscle tone from the lack of sex post-split with Orlando Bloom. Also that she's a proud member of the mile high club. {GQ UK}

Prince George's baby blue sweater is the best thing to happen in customized clothing since Rag & Bone's bowling jackets. {Us Weekly}

Johnny Depp (and a teddybear) covers the first issue of Interview edited by new EIC Keith Pollock. One priority for Pollock's tenure? Putting new types of people on the cover. {The Cut}

In addition to covering Interview for the first time in 20 years, Johnny Depp has some more big news: An engagement to Amber Heard! Congrats to the happy couple. {Us Weekly}

Daisy Lowe is publishing a cookbook of delicious (but healthy!) sweets. Something tells us Lowe's demeanor would translate well into penning a book of treats. {Vogue UK}

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Phoebe Philo says she used to love trashy, sparkly clothing and finds mediocrity difficult. Good thing she's anything but. {The Cut}

Chrome Hearts has taken a minority stake in the Elder Statesman, after mentoring the brand for a year through the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund program. {Business of Fashion}

Jared Leto hung out with Abbey Lee Kershaw in Australia. "You're cool," he said. "No, you're cool," she replied. They decided they were both cool. {The Front Row View}

Lucky market editor Laurel Pantin wears a week's worth of Chanel in bed, and it's all kinds of cute. {Ann Street Studio}

Do people sometimes take fashion too seriously? Yes, they do. But for brands like Charlotte Olympia and Moschino, a dose of humor is hitting home with consumers. {Financial Times}

Despite being an industry favorite, Joseph Altuzarra says he likes to keep his social life separate from his career in fashion. {The Telegraph}

With the Russian ruble losing value against the dollar, retail growth is slowing in the country, which is bad news for fashion brands. {WWD}