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Must Read: John Galliano is Working on a Margiela Perfume, Zendaya Calls Out Magazine for Retouching

And Sephora has launched the first in a series of smaller, touchscreen-enhanced "Flash" stores in Paris.

These are the stories making headlines this Wednesday.

Zendaya criticizes Modeliste magazine for photoshopping her
On Tuesday night, Zendaya took to Instagram to point out that her hips and torso were "quite manipulated" in Modeliste magazine. The actress posted before and after pictures, writing, "I stand for honest and pure self love." Modeliste promptly took down the photo and restored it to the original version. {The Cut}

Sephora pilots connected 'Flash' store
Sephora has opened the first in a series of Sephora Flash stores in France — spaces that are about one-third the size of a regular Sephora store, where shoppers can explore product and place orders for products online via touch screens. The purpose of these smaller stores is to bring the beauty company to neighborhoods it couldn't previously enter. {WWD}

Burberry to Snapchat the shooting of its spring campaign live
Burberry is getting even more Snapchat-happy. After debuting looks from its spring collection via the mobile app, the fashion house will give users a live, behind-the-scenes look at the shooting of its spring campaign this Thursday at 5 p.m. London time. Users will have up to 24 hours before the footage disappears, so if you're interested, add @Burberry now. {Fashionista inbox} 

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Bitmoji makes designer outfits available
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