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Jennifer Lawrence Smizes in New Dior Ad, Karlie Kloss Is Indeed Leaving Victoria's Secret

And Tom Ford explains his recent L.A. runway show.
Tyra would be proud. Photo: Paolo Roversi

Tyra would be proud. Photo: Paolo Roversi

Jennifer Lawrence takes a break from androgyny for her newest Dior campaign, this time for the Be Dior handbag, photographed by Paolo Roversi. On Thursday, Dior will be releasing an accompanying clip of the A-list actress, who has been the face of the brand since 2013. Stay tuned for that. {WWD}

After unconfirmed reports surfaced last week that Karlie Kloss would be clipping her Victoria's Secret Angel wings, the lingerie giant confirmed Monday that Kloss has indeed decided to leave at the end of her contract to focus on other commitments. "Karlie Kloss will always be an angel to me," reads an Instagram caption by Ed Razek, chief marketing officer of Creative Services of Limited Brands, Victoria Secret's parent. {Instagram via People}

In case you missed it, Tom Ford put on a pretty mesmerizing fashion show (complete with falling "snow" petals) just days before the Oscars. See what the designer has to say about thinking globally and choosing L.A. as the location of his fall 2015 runway show in this short film by Fabien Constant. {CR Fashion Book}

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