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A Fashion Site For Pet Lovers, Miranda Kerr Covers 'The Edit,' The Zoe Report Launches Designer Collabs

And Kerry Washington rocks MaxMara for her first post-baby outing.

A former Glamour photo editor is launching a website with a pretty offbeat focus: The much-loved pets of the fashion industry. Yes, this is real life. Over the course of her 20 years at Condé Nast, Suzanne Donaldson came to realize that her time spent with her dogs was the best part of her day, so she's now dedicating her time to becoming the "Refinery29 of dogs." Inez and Vindooh, Tim Walker and William Wegman are already among her contributors, so we'd say things are off to a good start. {WWD}

Miranda Kerr covers Net-a-Porter's online magazine, The Edit, looking more badass than usual in biker-inspired leather and denim. In the accompanying interview, the supermodel opens up about her split from Orlando Bloom, noting that she got through it thanks to a lot of perspective and positive thinking. Sounds about right for a wellness buff like Kerr. {Net-a-Porter}

Following its site redesign, Rachel Zoe's newsletter/blog The Zoe Report is launching a series of limited edition designer collaborations, the first of which is a joint effort with jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer. Scale of one to 10, how similar to Goop is this starting to sound? {WWD}

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Behold, Kerry Washington's first post-baby appearance! In MaxMara, no less. {PopSugar Fashion}

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