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Must Read: Mansur Gavriel Accused of Replicating Shoe Designs, Yeezy Season 2 Models Sign Strict Non-Disclosure Forms

And a model falls ill moments before Michael Kors's Spring/Summer 2016 show.
Gucci Resort 2016 Advertising Campaign Photo: Gucci

Gucci Resort 2016 Advertising Campaign Photo: Gucci

Gucci has finally launched its resort 2016 campaign, featuring models Allie Barrett, Rhiannon McConnell and Julita Formella, to name a few. The campaign was photographed by Glen Luchford in Montespertoli, Firenze. {Fashionista Inbox}

On Tuesday, Mansur Gavriel debuted its first collection of shoes, as well as four different styles of bags — all of which were generally well-received by the public. Designer Maryam Nassir Zadeh, however, is not at all pleased, claiming that the new Mansur Gavriel shoes are "way too close [to my own designs] to be an accident." Take a look at both labels' versions of the open-toed mule and be your own judge. {WWD}

Models cast in Kanye West's Yeezy Season 2 show were given strict nondisclosure forms that prohibit them from talking about the West family. If the signed agreements are broken, models will find a $10-million lawsuit on their hands. You'd have to book a lot of top tier ad campaigns to come up with that kind of cash. {Hypebeast}

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Model Ondria Hardin of DNA models fell ill moments before the start of Michael Kors's Spring/Summer 2016 show, causing a delay of 25 minutes. Ondria was taken away on a stretcher by paramedics from New York-Presbyterian and treated outside the venue with an oxygen mask. {WWD}

Like most magazines, Details has seen a decline in newsstand sales, as well as in ad pages. But when asked about whether the magazine would fold or merge with another men's book, Editor-in-Chief Dan Peres had only this to say: "For 15 years, I have heard these rumors, and I am sitting here talking to you today as we put out a 15th anniversary issue, and I am still in this office. The magazine is still here. That should say enough. Literally, for 15 years, I have heard this." Back off, guys. {WWD}

In Marie Claire's October cover story, 33-year-old Sienna Miller talks about taking on more serious roles and on pulling out of a play because of pay inequality. Regarding of the latter, the actress stated that "we are going to have to make sacrifices to make change." {Marie Claire

Homepage Photo: Mansur Gavriel