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Must Read: Rihanna's $9,000 Dolce & Gabbana Headphones Sell Out, Lottie Moss Lands Botkier Campaign

Plus, "Cosmopolitan" EIC Joanna Coles joined the board of directors of Snapchat.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

Dolce & Gabbana's $9,000 headphones sell out, thanks to Rihanna
On Monday morning, Rihanna tweeted a picture of herself wearing Dolce & Gabbana's ridiculously expensive crown-shaped headphones. As she is the most marketable celebrity out there, the $9,000 headphones reportedly sold out within less than 24 hours. {Digiday}

Joanna Coles joins the board of directors at Snapchat
Cosmopolitan's EIC and Seventeen's Editorial Director Joanna Coles joined Snapchat's board of directors back in December. It's not too surprising given Coles's role in building Hearst's relationship with the app; Cosmo was one of the first on Snapchat's Discover platform when it launched last year. {WWD}

Alexa Chung explores the role of digital at Vogue UK
In the latest episode of her online docuseries, Alexa Chung explores the ways in which print is adapting and responding to an increasingly digital sphere. {Vogue UK}

Lottie Moss lands Botkier's spring 2016 campaign
Kate Moss's younger half-sister Lottie Moss has another campaign to add to her growing resumé. As the newest face of Botkier, the 18-year-old was photographed around historic locations in New York, including the Met, by Mark Iantosca. For images (and the rest of the spring 2016 campaigns), click here. {Botkier via WWD}

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Zara could be in legal trouble with its "Elle MacPherson" sweatshirt
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The CFDA Awards gets a new venue
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