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Cara Delevingne to Front Topshop, Fashion's Deadliest Trends, Madonna Jumps on the Cultural Appropriation Bandwagon

And Adam Levine says he was super-nervous while proposing to Behati Prinsloo.

Madonna was having a rough day Tuesday, so she decided to Instagram a photo of herself wearing a traditional Muslim niqab veil (not to be confused with a burka) along with the caption, "Its that kind of day! #unapologeticbitch." Hey, at least she realized that appropriating cultural clothing as a lazy day outfit was going to land her demands for an apology. Not that that makes it okay. At all. {Independent}

Cara Delevingne is reportedly the new face of Topshop, a pairing that makes all the sense in the world if it's true. (The retailer has yet to confirm the news.) Delevingne's campaign for the high street mainstay is said to debut for fall/winter 2014. {Vogue UK}

Dov Charney may be out at American Apparel, but according to new chairman Allan Mayer, the company is not planning to stray from its cheeky, inappropriate identity any time soon. What will, and should, change is its finances: American Apparel's debt stands at $280 million (an "embarrassing" sum, in Mayer's words), which the company struggled to alleviate thanks to Charney's reputation. {WWD}

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