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Must Read: Kate Moss Lands 37th 'Vogue' UK Cover, Ohne Titel Shutters

Plus, Coachella will only hand out photo passes to media outlets "at the discretion of the festival."
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Photo: Craig McDean/'Vogue' UK

Photo: Craig McDean/'Vogue' UK

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Kate Moss honors The Rolling Stones in her 37th Vogue UK cover
Kate Moss looks as effortlessly cool as ever on the May cover of Vogue UK — the last before the magazine's centennial issue. Shot by Craig McDean and styled by the model herself, the editorial pays homage to The Rolling Stones, who are set to have their own retrospective at London's Saatchi Gallery, opening on Tuesday. Per the Daily Mail, this cover marks the model's 37th for the British glossy, which has us wondering if shooting covers ever gets dull or repetitive for Moss. (Probably not.) {Vogue UK}

Ohne Titel shutters after nine years
Ohne Titel, founded by Parsons graduates Alexa Adams and Flora Gill in 2007, is shuttering its business. The main reason? While the brand managed to remain profitable up until closure, it never secured external investments, making things difficult for the design duo. Said Gill, "We needed a partner that could offer more strategic knowledge and experience about business, marketing, and tech. Then we could focus on the design, quality, and have time to be more visible to our customers." The two plan to work together in a different capacity in the future, although specifics remain vague. {Business of Fashion}

Adam Levine confirms Behati Prinsloo's pregnancy
Over the weekend, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine finally confirmed news of model Behati Prinsloo's pregnancy. Prinsloo, who was reportedly three to four months along when news first broke, showed off her (slightly visible) bump in a cute, red bikini for a snap posted to her husband's Instagram page. Levine captioned it: "My two favorite laker fans." Aww. {Instagram}

Selfridges unveils the Body Studio
Selfridges opened a new 3,800-square-foot department dedicated to women of various sizes and figures in its Oxford Street store. The area, called the Body Studio, is part of the company's five-year redevelopment project and will focus on off-duty dressing: lingerie, swimwear, pajamas and sports gear. The Body Studio will also have a cafe, a Daniel Galvin hair salon, two beauty rooms and a VIP area. {WWD}

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Adriana Lima shuts down Victoria's Secret rivalry rumors
On Sunday, Adriana Lima took to Instagram to promptly squash rumors that she and Alessandra Ambrosio had gossiped about Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid. She commented on an allegedly false Ok! article with the following: "Absolutely not true... I absolutely love those 2 girls and I can't Believe sometimes how negative those magazines can be. This kind of news go against my character and against the values that my mother teach me." {Instagram via Vogue UK}

Dov Charney's new company will be located only miles away from American Apparel's headquarters
Dov Charney will situate his new headquarters only six miles south of American Apparel's downtown Los Angeles offices. Charney revealed to WWD that he'll build a factory at the new location. Home is where the heart is, we suppose. {WWD}

Coachella street style photos may get much more scarce
Promotions company Goldenvoice is now forbidding media outlets from bringing their own photographers to Coachella, and will instead distribute photo passes "at the discretion of the festival." For several publications, that could mean relying on standard photo agencies to capture festival street style. {Nylon}

Twitter users are unhappy with Gap ads
On Saturday, Gap released images from its Ellen DeGeneres' GapKids x ED collaboration, one of which featured an older white girl with her arm propped on the head of a younger black girl. One user tweeted: "@GapKids proving girls can do anything... unless she's Black. Then all she can do is bear the weight of White girls. #EpicFail." Another tweeted: "This is why it's important to have diversity behind the scene for marketing projects. #NotYourArmrest @GapKids." {Yahoo! Style}

Moda Operandi looks for a showroom in the Middle East
Moda Operandi, which currently has a showroom in London's Belgravia neighborhood called "Mews," is looking to add another invite-only showroom space in the Middle East, and to hire 10 Arabic speaking stylists. Currently, the Middle East accounts for more than 15 percent of the company's business. {WWD}

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