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Giuliana Rancic Apologizes to Zendaya On-Air, Different Religions Unite Against Abercrombie & Fitch

And Nina Ricci releases a beautifully cryptic fall 2015 video.

Guillaume Henry dropped a cryptic short film for his debut collection for Nina Ricci starring model Alisa Ahmann. Though it features Ahmann in various (beautiful) close-ups, there are no clothes in sight. {}

"Fashion Police" host Giuliana Rancic took to TV to apologize for her offensive comments about Zendaya's dreadlocks smelling like "patchouli oil" or "weed" at the Oscars. The 40-year-old stated on E!: "I just want everyone to know that I didn't intend to hurt anybody, but I learned it's not my intent that matters. It's the result... Therefore, I want to say to Zendaya, and anyone else out there that I hurt, that I'm so sincerely sorry." Here's hoping that the TV personality thinks before she speaks next time. {Daily Mail}

Model Julia Bergshoeff has once again been tapped to appear in Proenza Schouler's ad campaign, and this time around, she's rocking a blazer, fringe and snakeskin boots. Seems like Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez couldn't get enough of this rising star. {Fashion Gone Rogue

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The Supreme Court will be reviewing a religious bias lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), backed by sixteen religious-advocacy groups, against retailer Abercrombie & Fitch for rejecting job applicant Samantha Elauf for wearing a hijab to her interview. While the retailer is arguing that its "Looks Policy" (which prohibits head coverings) is "religion-neutral" and that it's "not the employer's job to guess" an applicant's religious affiliation, the EEOC is stating that the retailer disregarded the principles of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. {Business of Fashion}

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