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Must Read: Bella Hadid Is a 2016 Olympic Games Hopeful, Tim Gunn Calls Anna Wintour a 'History Revisionist'

Plus, the 'New York Times' discusses possible candidates for Balenciaga post-Alexander Wang.
Bella Hadid at Philipp Plein's spring 2016 runway. Photo: Imaxtree

Bella Hadid at Philipp Plein's spring 2016 runway. Photo: Imaxtree

These are the stories making headlines this Thursday.

Bella Hadid talks about her passion for horses.
Besides being one of the most sought out models in the industry, Bella Hadid is also an award-winning, nationally ranked horsewoman and a 2016 Olympic Games hopeful. We kid you not. In her latest interview with Porter, the model professed her love for horses stating: "My devotion stemmed from my mom's love of horses. I have been riding since I could walk." {Porter}

Tim Gunn calls Anna Wintour a "history revisionist."
Not a lot of people in the fashion industry would stand their ground against Anna Wintour. Except for Tim Gunn, that is. On the "Meredith Vieira Show," Gunn went over the reason for their feud and even called Wintour a "history revisionist" for wanting him to issue a retraction for a statement he'd made about her being carried down a flight of stairs after a runway show. The "Project Runway" mentor also stated: "I'm happy to have a bad relationship with [Vogue] because I wouldn't want to have a good one." {Meredith Vieira Show}

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Who will take the reigns at Balenciaga?
Rumors are swirling as to whether Balenciaga will appoint someone from in-house or a more established designer to replace Alexander Wang as creative director. While nothing has been confirmed, possible contenders (by popular opinion) include Chitose Abe of Sacai, Julien Dossena of Paco Rabanne and Bouchra Jarrar. {The New York Times}

Dazed Digital teams up with Rick Owens for a Tumblr "Answer Time."
For one hour only, designer Rick Owens will take over Dazed Digital's Tumblr page on Friday at 11 a.m. ET to answer fan's questions about anything. You can submit questions here. {Fashionista Inbox}

Yahoo Style expands coverage to include interior design.
Decor on Yahoo Style, which lives within Yahoo Style, will include contributions from interior designers, behind-the-scenes looks inside celebrities' houses and practical home-related tips. {Yahoo Decor}

Karl Lagerfeld photographs Jemima Kirke for Maison Michel.
French milliner Maison Michel has tapped "Girls" actress Jemima Kirke as the face of its 2016 ad campaign. The brand is owned by Chanel, and the campaign was photographed by — you guessed it — Karl Lagerfeld. {WWD}

See Humberto Leon and Peter Copping's designs for the New York City Ballet.
Thanks to connections facilitated by Sarah Jessica Parker, the New York City Ballet enlisted the help of designers Humberto Leon, Marques'Almeida, Zuhair Muhad, Hanako Maeda and Peter Copping to design costumes for new works. The designers reveal and discuss the designs at The Cut. {The Cut}