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'Vogue' Sued Over Kanye Shoot, Tavi's TV Debut, A Modeling Agency Catfight

And if you ask Sky Ferreria, the perks of being a fashion campaign star might not be as great as you think.

Having taken to the silver screen and Broadway, Tavi Gevinson made her TV debut on "Parenthood," as the cool, responsible girlfriend of one of the characters. So, basically herself. {The Cut}

Yeezus. Vogue is being sued for using one of Kanye West's songs in its behind-the-scenes footage from the rapper's cover shoot — not by West, but by a singer who sued him last year for sampling one of his songs. {Page Six}

After her tragic passing earlier this month, Peaches Geldof's funeral will be held on Easter Monday. {Us Weekly}

Because 4/20 is coming up — i.e. the unofficial holiday dedicated to smoking weed — here are some marijuana-themed fashion finds that (apparently) have longevity beyond this week. {SHEfinds}

Fashion magazine's EIC wants to assure the world that her team did NOT Photoshop Lorde's nose into oblivion -- despite the nose's owner saying otherwise. {Styleite via Swagger NY}

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Want to look exactly like Rooney Mara? Yeah, us too. Here are some beauty tricks to steal from the Vogue favorite. {Nylon}

Elsewhere in celebrity makeup tricks, this is the secret behind Lupita Nyong'o's perfect smooch. {Refinery29}

New York Model Management is suing Trump Model Management (the one founded by The Donald) for trying to steal its models. {Page Six}

Armani had to pay $374 million to Italian tax authorities to settle a dispute over payments from its subsidiaries abroad. Yup, tax season sucks. {Reuters

Despite being the face of Saint Laurent, Sky Ferreira only gets a 50 percent discount from the fashion house. Rough life. {New York Times}

Could it be? Legislation restricting the use of photoshopped images might be on the way. {Huffington Post}