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Must Read: Topshop to Remove Too-Thin Mannequins, Abercrombie & Fitch Launches Athleisure

And Lady Gaga's fiancé bought those iconic Alexander McQueen booties.

Lady Gaga is now the owner of Alexander McQueen's armadillo boots
Over the weekend, three pairs of Alexander McQueen's famous armadillo boots were sold at Christie’s for a combined $295,000. On Tuesday, reports surfaced that the new owner of these surreal high heels is none other than Lady Gaga, who has already brought them out on stage, of course. {Footwear News}

Dylan Penn is latest starlet to cover Asos magazine
In a sign that she is well on her way to solidifying her career as a model and actress, Dylan Penn — daughter of Sean and Robin Wright — graces the cover of the September issue of Asos magazine. The online retailer is known for tapping young celebrities on the brink of stardom. {Fashionista inbox}

Vogue reportedly wants Miley Cyrus back
Vogue wants to book Miley Cyrus for a shoot, but unfortunately for the glossy, the pop star — who offended Anna Wintour with her 2013 VMA performance, allegedly leading to a canceled editorial — doesn’t share the same feelings. {Page Six}

Altuzarra releases first handbag collection
Altuzarra's debut collection of hobo and saddle bags has arrived, available exclusively at Barneys. {Fashionista inbox}

Goop is selling rapper- inspired clutches
Goop, the lifestyle site owned by actress and kale-lover Gwenyth Paltrow, is selling two exclusive Edie Parker clutches with the names of influential rappers emblazoned on the front. Huh? {Jezebel}

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Iconic St. Marks thrift store is moving
Trash & Vaudeville, the punk rock clothing store that has been a mainstay of St. Marks Place for 40 years, is moving locations to Avenue A to escape the proliferation of fast food joints and bong stores. {Racked}

Reformation launches recycling program
Los Angeles-based ready-to-wear brand Reformation is launching a recycling program, "RefRecycling," that makes it easy for customers to send unwanted clothes to donation-based programs across the country, with the ability to track their impact — both socially and environmentally — online. {Fashionista inbox}

Topshop responds to criticism over too-thin mannequins
Earlier this year, a Topshop customer posted an image of a scarily thin mannequin to her Instagram and criticized the retailer for its role in perpetuating unrealistic body standards for young women. Now the retailer has responded, promising it will no longer use these mannequins. {Vogue}

Lexi Boling signs with IMG Models
Twenty-one-year-old American model Lexi Boling, who recently walked the couture shows for Chanel, Valentino and Dior, has ended her contract with Ford and moved on to IMG models, joining the ranks of other high-profile and recently signed models including Amber Valletta, Coco Rocha and Hari Nef. {WWD}

Abercrombie & Fitch is designing an athleisure line
Teen retailer Abercrombie & Fitch, which is not unfamiliar with sportswear, has launched an athleisure line that will be sold online and in stores this week. It's aimed at an older, college-aged consumer. {Racked}

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