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News Brief: Size 22 Model Covers 'People', Marc Jacobs Shares His Feelings About Kanye West

And Rihanna gave Cara Delevingne some wise career advice.
Photo: John Lamparski/Getty Images

Photo: John Lamparski/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this afternoon.

Rihanna offers Cara Delevingne career advice
When Cara Delevingne was turned down for a part in the upcoming Beach Boys film, she looked to her BFF Rihanna for support. Rihanna told her, “Everything happens for a reason. You are going to call me back up in a week or two, and you are going to say to me, ‘You are right.’” As it turns out, Delevingne landed a role in John Green’s "Paper Towns" soon after. {Page Six}

What did Marc Jacobs have to say about Kanye West?
"Kanye is so intelligent, so creative, and so driven." The two met while working on West's sneaker collaboration with Louis Vuitton and immediately hit it off. Jacobs sang his praises, saying: "He has passion. He is always dedicated to his work, creatively. And I really like him." {Elle}

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Gucci changes the location of its men's show
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Chris Benz dishes on his new role at Bill Blass
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