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More Layoffs at 'Self,' A Music Festival (Finally) Bans Headdresses, Luxottica Renews with Chanel

Plus: Taylor Swift picked shoes that weren't terrible!

Way to go, society! An electronic music festival in Canada called Bass Coast has banned attendees from wearing Native American headdresses on the grounds. A press release from the festival states that its security team will strictly enforce this policy in an attempt to protect the "dignity of aboriginal people." Finally, we're learning. {Dazed and Confused}

Changes continue to come down the pipeline at Self magazine. As new Editor-in-Chief Joyce Chang moves forward with her revamp, eight employees got pink slips, with a whopping six axed from the fashion department. This brings the total number of employees who have left the title -- voluntarily or otherwise -- to 25 since Chang started. {WWD, subscription required}

There are a few things you'll never catch a top model without during fashion week: Her portfolio, a badass leather jacket and a bottle of juice. Ladies like Ali Michael, Constance Jablonski and Devon Windsor share their favorite spots to juice up and their best recipes for a summer-ready smoothie. {}

Luxottica has seen an 11 percent increase in earnings for Q2, and even better, a renewal of its license with Chanel. The company will continue to produce the luxury brand's eyewear through 2018, with option for renewal through 2020. Luxottica is worth $10 billion. {WWD, subscription required}

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Anja Rubik models Mango's premium collection for fall, posing in lots of kimono-inspired tops and slip on sandals. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Ouch. After yesterday's disappointing earning reports, shares in LVMH fell 7.2 percent and dragged down luxury competitors Richemont and Kering in the process. {Yahoo! Finance}

Taylor Swift took a nice leisurely walk around Central Park high heels. Taytay, you're already tall, it's okay to wear flats sometimes. {The Cut}