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Must Read: Grimes Fronts 'Teen Vogue,' Mansur Gavriel Will Soon Restock Its Site for Spring

Plus, a Lane Bryant commercial has allegedly been banned by multiple TV networks.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Thursday.

Grimes graces the cover of Teen Vogue
In a Q&A with designer Stella McCartney, Teen Vogue's April cover star Grimes talks about her image ("I make sure that I look like trash about 20% of the time"), her album "Art Angels," Beyoncé being the most exciting female artist in pop music and, perhaps most importantly, body hair. {Teen Vogue}

Mansur Gavriel will restock its website for spring on Mar. 29
Both shoes and bags, people. Run, do not walk. {Mansur Gavriel}

Lane Bryant commercial allegedly rejected by TV networks
According to unnamed sources, a Lane Bryant commercial featuring Ashley Graham and other plus-sized models in lingerie has been banned by multiple TV networks. No specifics were given as to why the commercial was turned down, although sources speculated that it had less to do with nudity and more so with size. {TMZ}

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Hector Muelas resigns from Donna Karan International
After less than a year, DKI's Chief Image Officer Hector Muelas has left his post to pursue other interests. According to unnamed sources, Muelas and CEO Caroline Brown "didn't get along well," and there were also disagreements between Muelas and DKNY designers, Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow, over the direction of the spring 2016 ad campaign. Previously, Muelas worked as the creative director, worldwide marketing communications at Apple. {WWD}

Calvin Klein partners with Justin Bieber for "Purpose" world tour
Calvin Klein is the official, exclusive apparel partner of the North American and European legs of Justin Bieber's world tour. In an interesting twist, the label will be featured throughout the concert in other ways besides just wardrobe. Most recently, the pop star appeared in the suggestive (when is it not) spring 2016 campaign for the brand. {Fashionista inbox}

BoF takes a look at personal shopping services
Over the past couple of years, online personal shopping services have popped up, thanks to shifts in consumers' shopping habits. PS Dept, for one, now handles an average of 5,600 requests per month, scouting products for customers from more than 10,000 sales associates. {Business of Fashion}

Cara Delevingne writes about success and happiness
In a very short essay for Time, model-turned-actress Cara Delevingne talks about reevaluating her goals after losing sight of herself. If you'd like the CliffsNotes version, however, the whole essay can basically be summed up in this one sentence: "After all, no matter how many people like you and your work, it doesn’t matter if you don't like yourself." {Time

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