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Must Read: How Dior's Floral Set Came Together, Rick Owens Explains His Human Backpacks

Plus, Jimmy Fallon is designing a sports apparel line.

These are the stories making headlines this Friday.

Watch a time-lapse of Dior's Paris Fashion Week set.
With some 300,000 delphinium stems planted on 40 tons of garden turf, Dior's Paris Fashion Week set might turn out to be the most elaborate of them all. Now, you can view the construction in this amazing time-lapse video. {T Magazine}

Rick Owens answers questions about the inspiration for his spring 2016 collection (among other things) for Dazed Digital.
In true Rick Owens fashion, the designer shocked the entirety of the fashion community by sending human backpacks down the runway on Thursday. Earlier today, the designer took over Dazed Digital's Tumblr for an hour to answer any and all questions the people had. Regarding those human backpacks, the designer said he was inspired by Annie Leibovitz's photograph of Leigh Bowery carrying his wife, Nicola, in a harness. {Dazed Digital}

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Jimmy Fallon designs a sports apparel line featuring armpit-placed logos.
Jimmy Fallon and G-III Apparel Group will be launching a sports apparel line called Hands High that features professional team logos from the NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL. Hands High will be available in retail stores starting this month, with prices ranging from $35 for a T-shirt to $80 for a fleece hoodie. As for the name: It's called Hands High because the logo is placed on the side, armpit or under-cap of the sleeve so that you see it when you give a high five. {WWD

Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen's The Row created some scheduling conflicts in Paris Fashion Week.
The Chambre Syndicale du Prêt à Porter des Couturiers et des Créateurs de Mode (i.e., the French version of the Council of Fashion Designers of America) allegedly objected to The Row showing at the Château de Courances because of scheduling conflicts with two French labels, Vionnet and Rochas. An unnamed source stated that the Chambre warned top fashion editors about attending the Olsens's show. The Chambre's response? "We do not comment [on] rumors." {Page Six}

Reese Witherspoon won't design black clothes. 
The Wall Street Journal sat down with Reese Witherspoon to discuss her recent e-commerce venture, Draper James. According to the actress, Draper James will not design black clothes because in the South "it's just not done." She explained: "People wear black to funerals. I didn't wear black at all when I was young." {WSJ}

Homepage Photo: Dior's spring 2016 collection/Imaxtree