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Kim Kardashian Meets an Anti-Selfie Elephant, the CFDA Releases a Book, Karlie Kloss Rollerskates for Frame Denim

And Uniqlo's chief marketing officer says your personal style isn't as unique as you thought.

Karlie Kloss fronts Frame Denim's latest ad campaign in an all-white ensemble of what appears to be a leotard, bell bottoms and roller skates. You must be a six-foot-tall model to go on this ride, people. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Here's the Kim-Kardashian-getting-attacked-by-an-elephant-while-taking-a-selfie picture you've always wanted to see. {US Weekly}

We're taught to believe that we're all individual snowflakes, but it turns out that might not be true, especially when it comes to personal style. Just ask Uniqlo's new CMO. {Business of Fashion}

According to Net-a-Porter, slip-on sneakers are this season's #1 seller. Take that, heels. {Business of Fashion}

Lazy Oaf's summer lookbook is here, and it's all kinds of good, in a seriously '90s throwback kind of way. Did someone say days of the week underwear? {Nylon}

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The CFDA will be releasing a book later this month that's an anthology of designers' musings. Expect words of wisdom from the likes of Donna Karan, Zac Posen and Ralph Lauren. {WWD}

Lyndsey Scott, the model who became famous for admitting that she (gasp! Nerd alert!) codes, looks springy and pretty on the cover of ASOS magazine. {Daily Mail}

Grazia created a fake Kate Moss Instagram account for April Fools' Day. Nice try -- we all know Moss is too cool for Valencia-hued selfies. {Grazia}

Abbey Lee Kershaw has been cast in a second movie, "Gods of Egypt," even before her first flick has made it out of post-production. {IF}

On this, the 15th anniversary of what may be the greatest movie of the last 20 years -- or at the very least, the greatest Shakespeare remake -- we give you a "10 Things I Hate About You" makeup tutorial. {Huffington Post}

"Platee," the opera starring a character dressed as Karl Lagerfeld, is in New York for one night this week, and the Karl-alike isn't the only fashion-inspired performer in the show. {Reuters}