'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.
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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}

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}