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Must Read: Rebecca Romijn Says Gigi and Kendall Are 'Not True Supermodels,' Dyson Unveils $399 Hair Dryer

Plus, Lena Dunham interviews one of Prince's former hairstylists.
Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid. Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid. Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Wednesday.

Rebecca Romijn disappointed by social media models, Vogue
Former model Rebecca Romijn is not at all impressed by models like Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid. When asked what her thoughts were on models who've become famous for their social media presence, Romijn answered that they were "not true supermodels" and that she was disappointed that "fashion magazines have been supporting this trend of social media stars to set our style standards." Yes, she even called out Vogue. {ET}

Dyson unveils the Supersonic, its first hair dryer
On Wednesday in Tokyo, Dyson unveiled its first ever hair dryer, the Supersonic. The project involved 103 engineers and an investment of about $72 million, and promises to be faster and quieter than the standard hair dryer. Arriving in Sephora stores in September, it will be priced at a steep $399. Celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin will serve as the brand ambassador.  {The New York Times}

Peter Lindbergh photographs the New York City Ballet
Legendary fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh recently turned his lens to the New York City Ballet in a campaign for the company's 2016-17 season. Lindbergh captured the dancers on the grounds of a country home in upstate New York, setting them against stables and barns — quite the change from their traditional backdrop. Per artistic director Peter Martins's request, the images were shot in black and white. {The Cut}

Photo: Peter Lindbergh

Photo: Peter Lindbergh

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Prince's hairstylist reflects on the legendary musician
Lena Dunham interviews hairstylist Sherry Heart, who toured with Prince on-and-off for six years in the '90s. Regarding Prince's unique sense of style, Heart stated: "He would dress feminine and nobody every questioned it. We didn't. That's just the way Prince was. He gave license to so many guys to dress and be feminine." {Lenny}

Lady Gaga, Elton John team up for a Macy's collection
Lady Gaga and Elton John have teamed up for a collection of clothing and accessories called Love Bravery. Launching May 9 online and at 150 Macy's stores, the line will feature trendy items like crop tops and neoprene backpacks, all priced under $100. Twenty-five percent of each purchase will  go towards the Born This Way Foundation and the Elton John AIDS Foundation. {WWD}

Modcloth puts women in a hot tub for latest swimwear campaign
Female entrepreneurs star in Modcloth's latest swimwear campaign, as well as a new video series called "Hot Tub Roundtable," in which women chat with Modcloth's founder about the challenges of managing their businesses, among other things, while soaking in, yes, a hot tub. Why? Per the press release, "In a hot tub you have permission to 'speak the unspoken' — plus, it's more fun!" Would we have fun being filmed sweating in a hot tub with a bunch of women? Not necessarily, but more power to them. {Modcloth}

Has luxury fashion priced itself into extinction?
"See now, buy now," designer changes, lackluster growth — they're all cause for concern for those working in luxury fashion. And it could have a lot to do with inaccessible price points. {The Daily Beast}

Forever 21 taps Pyper America and Daisy Clementine
Pyper America and Daisy Clementine (better known as Lucky Blue Smith's sisters) front Forever21's summer 2016 campaign. Watch out Jenners and Hadids: the Smith family is well on its way to becoming the most ubiquitous of this campaign season. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

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