Must Read: Ivy Park Launches on Topshop, Robot Designs Met Gala Guest Look

Plus, Jennifer Lopez graces the cover of 'W.'
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Thursday.

Anna Wintour says guests are getting creative with Met Gala dress code
While promoting "The First Monday in May" on "Today," Anna Wintour revealed that guests are taking next month's Met Gala "tech white tie" dress code seriously. One unnamed guest is having her look designed by artificial intelligence. "The sketch that she sent me was designed by a robot," said Wintour. She also spoke about filming the documentary, for which cameramen followed her around as she prepared for last year's event. "I have learned that documentary makers are incredibly sneaky people," she said. {Today}

Ivy Park is available to shop now
Queen Bey's new activewear line, Ivy Park, has finally landed at Topshop, Net-a-Porter and many other retailers. Some pieces, such as logo sliders ($35), are surprise additions to the highly anticipated collection. {Topshop}

Raf Simons to show at Pitti Uomo
Raf Simons will present his spring 2017 collection this June at Pitti Uomo in Florence, where he has exhibited work in the past under his own name and for Jil Sander. "I am thrilled to be there again this season to present my S/S collection as well as a special project we are developing especially for Pitti," said the designer. {Fashionista inbox}

Jennifer Lopez graces the cover of W magazine
In the cover story for W magazine, Jennifer Lopez (one of the OG multi-hyphenates) talks about her marriage with Marc Anthony, never getting tired of work and musicians as sex partners. "They are too concerned with themselves to be great in bed," she said. {W}

Anna Wintour dislikes Allison Williams' husband?
In other Anna-related news: who is the cellphone-using guest that Wintour is not so pleased with in "The First Monday in May"? According to unnamed sources, the unnamed troublemaker is Ricky Van Veen, co-founder of College Humor and hubby to Allison Williams. A spokesperson for Vogue said, "Ricky was a perfect guest, and we look forward to welcoming him back this year." {Page Six}

The Webster looks towards New York
The Webster has reportedly set its sights on New York. Laure Heriard Dubreuil's Miami-based boutique opened a location in Houston back in January and is said to be eyeing Greene Street in Soho.  {WWD}

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