Must Read: Terry Richardson Welcomes Twins, Bella Hadid Wants To Get Behind the Camera - Fashionista

Must Read: Terry Richardson Welcomes Twins, Bella Hadid Wants To Get Behind the Camera

Plus, Alber Elbaz jokes about being fired.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

Terry Richardson welcomes twin boys
On Tuesday, 50-year-old photographer Terry Richardson and his girlfriend Alexandra Bolotow welcomed twin boys: Rex and Roman. "Watching this woman rock it through an insane delivery and push out our babies was the most intense, inspiring, exhilerating, [sic] and humbling experience of my life," he wrote. Congratulations! {Instagram}

Bella Hadid is serious about photography
We already knew Bella Hadid enrolled in Parsons to study photography, but in her most recent interview, the 19-year-old revealed that she would also like to shoot editorials. "I have a good eye for it. I feel blessed I can learn while I'm working," she said. {The Daily Front Row}

Chloë Grace Moretz fronts Complex
In the April/May cover story for Complex, Chloë Grace Moretz talks about Taylor Swift's squad (well, sort of), the presidential candidates and wanting to be America's sweetheart. "I want to be beloved. I want to be an indie queen, but I want people to really love me and what I've done and let me be a part of their lives at home," she said. {Complex}

Alber Elbaz jokes about being fired
At Sunday's The Daily Front Row Los Angeles Fashion Awards, Alber Elbaz joked: "I was fired by my own company. But so was Steve Jobs!" Elbaz, who presented the fashion innovator of the year award to Eva Chow, then continued: "Fashion is like a f--ked up family. There's so much emotion in it. Eva, the most important award to me is that you are my friend." {The Hollywood Reporter}

Ava DuVernay of "Selma" will direct "Battle of Versailles"
Ava DuVernay will co-write and direct an HBO film about a historic fashion show that took place at the Palace of Versailles in 1973. The movie will be based on Pulitzer-Prize winning fashion critic Robin Givhan's book: "Battle of Versailles: The Night American Fashion Stumbled Into the Spotlight and Made History." (ICYMI, it was on Fashionista's list of must-read books.) {Deadline}

Tory Burch Sport opens its first store
Tory Burch Sport, which launched in September 2015, opened its first store at 129 Fifth Avenue on Tuesday. "We thought about the casual vibe of a Seventies surf lodge and reimagined it with Scandinavian design principles," said Tory Burch in a statement. The 3,900 square foot store, reminiscent of pool lanes and surf lodges, will carry the full activewear collection, including pieces that can be worn before or after workouts. {Fashionista

Saint Laurent ships out engraved chairs
During Paris Fashion Week, Saint Laurent surprised attendees with personalized chairs engraved with their names. And on Monday, WSJ fashion writer Christina Binkley tweeted an image of her Saint Laurent seat shipped all the way from Paris, though for ethical reasons, she will have to return it. Imagine the hassle. {Twitter}

Calvin Klein releases more underwear ads
Calvin Klein has released new images from its underwear campaign, starring Kendall Jenner, Abbey Lee Kershaw and Klara Kristin of "Love." And like all the previous spring campaigns, the images are accompanied by hashtags, such as "I remember in #mycalvins" and so on.  {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Pitti Uomo announces this year's guest designers
Guest designers at this year's international menswear trade show Pitti Immagine  Uomo will include: Gosha Rubchinskiy, Fausto Puglisi, Hiroki Nakamura of Visvim and Lucio Vanotti. The event will take place in Florence in June. {Fashionista inbox}

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