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Must Read: Artist Sues Jeremy Scott for Stealing His Work, Gigi Hadid's Calvin Harris Video Is Out

And Beyoncé designs a temporary tattoo line with Flash Tattoos.

Gigi Hadid stars in new Calvin Harris video
Gigi Hadid is no stranger to music videos, having made a cameo with her cohort of model pals in Taylor's Swift "Bad Blood." She now stars in Swift's boyfriend Calvin Harris's new video for "How Deep Is Your Love." In it, we see Hadid (possibly) hallucinate between multiple party scenes. Very trippy. {YouTube}

Lawsuit alleges Jeremy Scott ripped off artist
Graffiti artist Rime, née Joseph Tierney, has filed a suit against Jeremy Scott and Moschino, claiming that the print on a graffiti-covered gown from the house's fall 2015 collection was copied from one of his Detroit murals. Katy Perry wore the dress both at this year’s Met Gala and in Moshino’s latest ad campaign. {Jezebel}

Delia’s relaunches online only
The new and improved Delia’s will not have any brick-and-mortar locations; it’s banking on an amped-up social media presence and the growth of e-commerce to sustain the company. Delia’s 2.0, however, has not strayed too far from its roots. The logo is the same and customers can still count on receiving monthly hard copies of the catalog via snail mail. {Racked} to host's archive may have lost the venerable Tim Blanks to The Business of Fashion, but it won't lose its 15-year online archive of runway shows, an important resource for people inside and outside of the fashion industry. Everything will migrate to the soon-to-be-launched {

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Beyoncé debuts temporary tattoo line
Beyoncé has collaborated with Flash Tattoos, the company known for its sparkling, jewelry-like temporaries, on her own line. It includes Bey-inspired honeycomb cuffs and song titles like "Blow" and "Pretty Hurts." {CR Fashion Book}

Taylor Swift to face deposition in trademark lawsuit
A judge has ruled that Taylor Swift must face deposition regarding her trademark dispute with Lucky Brand over her "Lucky 13" t-shirts. Swift’s lawyers sought a protective order, claiming that Swift had no knowledge that she was infringing on Lucky’s trademark by selling said shirts on her website. However, the judge denied the order. Swift has seven days to determine a time and location for the deposition or the court will intervene. {WWD}

Emails paint Tom Brady to be a Tom Ford-loving diva
As the Deflategate saga carries on, details of Tom Brady’s diva behavior have been revealed in new emails from the case. Most interestingly, we learn that the Patriots quarterback occasionally serves as his own stylist: he emailed a Tom Ford exec to ask for sneakers and polo shirts. {Page Six}

Rothschild heir to launch eco-fashion line
Professional adventurer – and scion of the wealthy Rothschild family – David de Rothschild is launching the eco-fashion line Lost Explorer. The line is inspired by clothing that Rothschild has collected on his travels and will be sold online and in pop-up shops in London and New York. {The New York Times}

Brooks Brothers to discontinue Black Fleece line
Brooks Brothers and Thom Browne are parting ways. The menswear retailer will no longer carry the Thom Browne-designed Black Fleece label, which was introduced in 2007. The collection will be put on hiatus for at least a year until it is decided whether it will be revived with Browne or an internal team. {WWD}

Homepage photo: Katy Perry and Jeremy Scott at this year's Met Gala. Perry is wearing the gown that is the subject of a lawsuit between Moschino/Jeremy Scott and artist Joseph Tierney. Photo: Mike Copolla/Getty Images.