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Cara Delevingne Courts Beach Boys Movie, Ralph Lauren Wins Copyright Suit, Cathy Horyn Makes Nice with Hedi Slimane

Next week: Head to Lifetime for the tale of two fashion enemies who became besties through open letters (hopefully).

Is Cara Delevingne turning into a California girl? The Brit model is reportedly in talks to star in a Beach Boys movie called "All Summer Long" produced by John Stamos. Cue the harmonizing. {The Wrap}

There's only one polo-playing logo in Italy, and that's Ralph Lauren's ... at least according to a recent ruling that found Fratelli Martelli Textile guilty of copyright infringement on Ralph Lauren's little polo dude. The Italian house had been producing homegoods with a similar logo and has been ordered to pay 75,000 euros plus legal fees to Polo/Lauren Co. LP. {WWD}

Is commercialism killing innovation on the runways? Cathy Horyn investigates in a piece for T and fills the Cathy Horyn-shaped hole in our heart with her smart commentary and poignant opinions. Favorite line: "I’m no fan of Slimane’s, but he’s clever." Truce? {T}

Emily Spivak has been collecting stories about people's most-loved articles of clothing for years, and her forthcoming book "Worn Stories" chronicles them. The Cut has a preview of some entries, including Rachel Comey's – it's definitely a must-read for all the shopaholics out there. {The Cut}

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