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Alessandra Ambrosio Wears a Headdress, Clare Vivier Does Men's, No Oscar de la Renta Comeback for Galliano

Meanwhile, Michelle Rodriguez and Cara Delevingne reportedly jet off to Coachella, because obviously.
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There's a new fashion book in town. Lula founder and stylist Leith Clark has launched a new magazine, Violet, with Brit Marling on the first issue. {}

Still thirsting for fashion magazines off the beaten path? Here are seven new titles that may or may not be available at a newsstand near you. {New York Times}

Tank gives some beautiful boys the truly beautiful hair they deserve in this pastel-hued editorial. {Tank}

Customizable skin boosters from Dr. Dennis Gross that you can modify depending on your skin type on any given day? Don't mind if we do. {Nylon}

Oscar de la Renta has a new shoe designer, Daniel Lawler, who hails from Balmain and Christian Dior (the Galliano years). {WWD}

Speaking of Galliano and Oscar de la Renta, rumor has it the British designer will not be taking on a permanent role at ODLR after collaborating on the Fall 2014 collection. {Page Six}

Supreme is doing a one-off collection with... Brooks Brothers? Consider this the odd couple of the spring collab circuit. {WWD}

Egged on by requests from her husband, Clare Vivier is adding men's dopp kits, totes and wallets to her line of accessories. {WWD}

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Le sigh. More Native American-themed fashion shoots, more outrage. This time via Heidi Klum on "Germany's Next Top Model." {Jezebel}

And look: Here's Alessandra Ambrosio getting "inspired" for Coachella by putting on a traditional Native American headdress. Where's the logic? {Instagram}

Dita von Teese is working on a line of eyewear. Prepare for a whole lot of cat eye lenses, friends. {WWD}

Much like her most famous celebrity client, Kristen Stewart's stylist is a self-described 'jeans girl'. {Refinery29}

Given the potential of the Chinese market, Kering has created a new executive program based in China. {WWD}

Having pulled out of an acquisition deal with J.Crew earlier this year, Fast Retailing has cut its profit forecast in its native Japan. {Bloomberg}

Michelle Rodriguez and Cara Delevingne will reportedly be taking their canoodling to Coachella this week. Standard. {Page Six}

Oh, the humanity! This mirror/tech toy takes selfies for you and then posts them to Twitter. {Mashable}