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The 10 Biggest Fashion Stories of the Week

In short, it was all about Photoshop.
Help! I'm missing a leg! Photo: Steven Meisel/Moschino

Help! I'm missing a leg! Photo: Steven Meisel/Moschino

The Case of the Missing Leg: Moschino's spring 2015 ad campaign would have been perfect if it wasn't for Sasha Luss's mysteriously absent left leg.

Gym Alternatives: Moschino wasn't the only brand that did some obvious retouching this week. Justin Bieber's abs got some help in his new Calvin Klein underwear campaign, too.

Never Smile: Pop star turned designer Victoria Beckham won't smile while answering Vogue's "73 Questions" because, well, that would go against everything we know about her. 

Floral Chic: Who did Target have in mind when they decided on the 250-piece Lily Pulitzer collaboration? Well, everyone, actually — this collaboration might be the retailer's most "democratic" one yet.

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Solo Star: Kylie Jenner nabbed the cover of Cosmopolitan's February issue, proving she's not one to be left behind. Watch out, Kendall.

Wannabe Models: Scouting via Instagram is a legit thing now. Just ask IMG, which is using its Instagram account "We Love Your Genes" to scout the next Karlie Kloss.

Photoshop Free: Kate Moss looks gorgeous as ever in an un-retouched black and white editorial for Vogue Italia.

Mature Beauty: Women over 70 are having their moment in fashion campaigns right now. Eight-time Grammy winner Joni Mitchell, 71, is Saint Laurent's newest campaign star. 

Dunn Takes Vogue: Jourdan Dunn is the first solo black model to appear on the cover of Vogue UK in 12(!) years. We're keeping our fingers crossed for more diversity in 2015.