Must Read: Camille Rowe Styles Her Own 'Playboy' Editorial, Reformation Opens Its First Bridal Pop-Up Shop

Plus, Nike hires Under Armour's top designer.
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Photo: Courtesy 'Playboy'/Guy Aroch

Photo: Courtesy 'Playboy'/Guy Aroch

Camille Rowe graces the cover of Playboy
French-American model Camille Rowe is Playboy's April cover star (and Playmate of the Month). In the 14-page editorial, Rowe wears her own clothes and lingerie — in fact, she styled herself for the shoot. "This was my vision, and it's a proud moment for me,"' she said in a press release. The issue will hit newsstands this Friday, but for now, you can head over to Playboy for additional photos and a video of Rowe trying on the infamous Bunny Costume. {Fashionista inbox}

Reformation to open its first bridal pop-up
Reformation will open its first (appointment only) bridal pop-up in L.A. According to a press release, the retailer will consider permanent stores for bridal depending on shoppers' interests. If you're a bride-to-be, you can make an appointment by shooting a note to refbride@thereformation.com. {Fashionista inbox}

Nike hires Under Armour's top designer
Nike has poached Under Armour's Senior Vice President of Design, Dave Dombrow. Because of the non-compete clause, Dombrow will not start working with Nike until 2017. Dombrow previously worked at Nike from 2000  to 2003 before moving onto Puma and Under Armour. {Nice Kicks}

Maddie Ziegler fronts Hunger magazine
Über-talented teen Maddie Ziegler fronts the 10th issue of Hunger magazine. The 13-year-old, who looks pretty great in Miu Miu and MSGM, talks about fame, Sia and "Dance Moms" in the accompanying story. {Hunger Magazine}

Chanel to release its 17th fragrance in the Les Exclusifs line
Chanel's chief perfumer Olivier Polger will debut his second scent, Boy Chanel, on Thursday in Paris's Marais neighborhood. Polger intentionally created a "very masculine fragrance" (as opposed to an "in-between" or unisex scent) that could be worn by a woman. {WWD}

How Instagram's algorithm-based model will affect brands and influencers
The more-is-more approach that brands have adopted with Instagram might not necessarily work under the photo sharing app's new algorithm-based model. Under the new photo streaming system, brands will also have to pay more attention to their audiences. Interestingly, engagement with influencers shouldn't change as much since the algorithm rewards relationships between social media stars and their followers — a relationship that many brands lack. {Digiday}

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