Must Read: Cara Delevingne Shares First Photo of 'Valerian,' Gigi Hadid Responds to Twitter Hate - Fashionista

Must Read: Cara Delevingne Shares First Photo of 'Valerian,' Gigi Hadid Responds to Twitter Hate

Plus, Miuccia Prada addresses the "see now, buy now" movement.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Thursday.

The first official photo of "Valerian"
Cara Delevingne and director Luc Besson shared the first official image from "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" on Thursday. Set to be released in July 2017 (yes, you read that correctly), the film stars Delevingne as a time-traveling agent sent on a mission to Alpha. Dane DeHaan, Clive Owen and Rihanna are also in the cast. {Instagram}

Gigi Hadid calls out hater on Twitter
On Thursday, a Twitter user suggested that Hadid practice her walk instead of "having a new boyfriend every two weeks." Not one to back down, Hadid responded: "I've dated three guys in three years, hun. My walk can always get better; I hope the unrelated bitterness in your heart can too." Mic drop. {Vogue UK}

Rihanna calls Manolo Blahnik the "shoe king" and more
Vogue UK released a behind-the-scenes video featuring Rihanna and Manolo Blahnik, in which the pair talk about their shoe collaboration and basically fan out over each other. These two definitely have chemistry. {Vogue UK}

Foschini Group buys Whistles
Foschini Group, a South African retail company, announced that it has acquired British retailer Whistles for an undisclosed sum. Whistles has 46 stand-alone stores in the U.K. and is sold at department stores including Selfridges and Bloomingdale's. {WWD}

TNT scoops up "Claws"
TNT has picked up a nail salon television drama "Claws," which will be executive produced by Rashida Jones. The show will be an hour-long drama about five Florida manicurists in the world of organized crime. {Variety}

Miuccia Prada talks about "see now, buy now" and much, much more
In her latest interview, Miuccia Prada talks about, well, a lot of things, including menswear, "see now, buy now," government investment in fashion and designers copying her style. Regarding "see now, buy now," Prada stated: "We've thought about it a lot, but journalists need to see [the collection], buyers need to buy it. So far, we don't see any sense to it. In six months everyone knows everything." {WWD}

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