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Anja Rubik Says Modeling Is Feminist, Kristen Stewart's Chanel Eyewear Ad Is Here

And Giuliana Rancic opens up about that Zendaya controversy.

Anja Rubik is all for female empowerment. Having modeled for, well, every luxury brand under the sun, the model/editor of 25 magazine dished to The Cut about creating her 'Original' fragrance, the benefits of weight training and why she defines modeling as "feminist."  {The Cut}

Kristen Stewart is looking foxy in Chanel's spring 2015 eyewear campaign. In the black and white shot, the actress sports a tousled pixie cut and a pair of the brand's thin rimmed, tinted shades. {Fashion Copious}

Giuliana Rancic sat down with People to give her side of the infamous "Fashion Police" incident, in which she offended the singer Zendaya by saying that her dreadlocks probably smelled like "patchouli oil" or "weed." As for the show going on hiatus after Kelly Osborne and Kathy Griffin quit, she says: "I really believe it was only a matter of time before that specific show with that cast and that format fell apart." {People}

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