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Carey Mulligan Covers 'Vogue,' Adidas to Stop Using Plastic Bags

And Derek Zoolander hints at yet another cast member for "Zoolander 2."
Carey Mulligan Photo: Mikael Jansson/Vogue

Carey Mulligan Photo: Mikael Jansson/Vogue

Actress Carey Mulligan fronts the May issue of Vogue in a decidedly more laid-back, romantic fashion than her previous Gatsby-themed cover. Kind of a breath of fresh air from all the other (Jenner-filled) May covers we've been seeing so far. {Vogue}

Good news: G-Star isn't the only retailer concerned with ocean plastic. Adidas has entered a partnership with Parley for the Oceans to integrate ocean plastic waste into its products starting in 2016. The German sportswear brand also announced that it will stop using plastic bags in its retail stores. {WWD

The North Face will now be expanding its Clothes the Loop recycling program to all of its 83 retail and outlet locations in the States. The initiative, which reuses or reverts customers' unwanted apparel and footwear back to basic materials, has diverted 14,540 pounds of clothes from landfills since February 2013. So, guess it's time to make good on your spring cleaning plans. {WWD}

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"Zoolander 2" is still many, many months away, but it looks like Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) couldn't help himself from introducing yet another cast member via Instagram. What's up, Billy Zane? {Instagram}