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

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