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Karl Lagerfeld Hates Selfies, Model Sues Playboy Over Golf Tee, YSL's Darker Side

And Jimmy Fallon re-created the Wren video with puppies. Squeetown, USA.
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A Playboy model is suing the magazine for accidentally being struck in the butt by a golf club during a photoshoot. To be fair, her butt was serving as the tee. {Gawker}

For all the beautiful couture on display, the upcoming YSL biopic doesn't shy away from graphic depictions of the iconic designer's drug use. {Telegraph}

Karl Lagerfeld hates selfies. Also the word "bossy" (10 points to Sheryl Sandberg). {ModMods}

How does Forever 21-brand makeup stack up against more traditional brands? Better than you might think. {Huffington Post}

Spring -- the season of rebirth, higher hemlines, closet cleanouts -- is also the perfect time for a change of haircut. Here, some iconic transformations that might inspire you to chop it off. {SHEfinds}

We love President Obama and his baggy, uncool dad jeans. Let's take a stroll down the memory lane of his best denim looks through the years. {The Cut}

Jimmy Fallon recreated Wren's "First Kiss" video with puppies, guys. Puppies. {Us Weekly}

Fast Retailing, said to be in talks with J.Crew for a buyout, reportedly thinks the American brand's $5 billion price tag may be too high. {WWD}

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