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Net-a-Porter Accused of Dodging Tax, Gigi Hadid Fulfills Her Destiny in Guess Campaign, SoulCycle's Hottest Instructor Might Have Fashion Plans

And Lululemon says some questionable things about sunscreen use.

Gigi Hadid is the latest face of Guess, which makes all the sense in the world (hello, bombshell looks and blonde curls). Hadid stars in the brand's Western-themed fall campaign — shot, as always, by Ellen von Unwerth — along with Samantha Hoopes, Bojana Ksrmanovic and Yara Khmidan. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Ruh roh. Net-a-Porter has been accused of dodging taxes, allegedly reworking its finances and using a share-based payment plan for its employees to make its profits appear as a loss. This is a tricky case, though, because Net-a-Porter is owned by the Switzerland-based Richemont, meaning the details of its cash flow are pretty opaque. {Daily Mail}

As SoulCycle's most sought-after instructor, Stacey Griffith has amassed a pretty rabid fan following including Mickey Drexler, Linda Wells, Molly Sims and Madonna. And with a set of contacts like that, don't be surprised if Griffith gets into the fashion game herself: She's hinting at a possible sneaker project in the works. {WWD}

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