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Must Read: Cara Delevingne Interviews Margot Robbie for 'Love' Magazine, Why Women's Sportswear Is Lacking

Plus, check out this year's lineup of Swarovski Collective designers.
Margot Robbie on the cover of Love Magazine.  Photo: Willy Vanderperre

Margot Robbie on the cover of Love Magazine. Photo: Willy Vanderperre

These are the stories making headlines on Monday.

Cara Delevingne interviews Margot Robbie for Love Magazine
The "Suicide Squad" co-stars appear in an editorial in the latest issue of Love that takes inspiration from what the magazine's editor-in-chief, stylist Katie Grand, wore to her first concert as a probably very Cool Teen™. Get ready for a lot of polka-dot hair bows, hoop earrings and retro sunglasses. {Love Magazine}

At Wimbledon, women's sportswear gives way to wardrobe malfunctions
Case in point? The Nike Premier Slam dress, worn by several female athletes at the tournament. The garment in question featured a waistband-free design that moved a little too freely during game play. Last-minute solutions included tucking it into shorts, tying a headband around the waist and layering it under a long-sleeved top; meanwhile, the "ballooning" effect was enough for stars like Serena Williams and Sabine Lisicki to eschew it altogether. Not great. {High Snobiety}

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Who made the cut for this year’s Swarovski Collective 2017?
Some familiar faces — Emilia Wickstead, Rosie Assoulin and Creatures of the Wind — alongside some new ones, including Sadie Williams and Wanda Nylon, are among the latest group of designers in the Swarovski Collective. The 11 names selected will receive financial support from Swarovski, and will also incorporate the brand's crystals in forthcoming collections for the spring 2017 and fall 2017 seasons. {WWD}

Terrell Owens to launch activewear line
The former NFL wide receiver and six-time Pro Bowl selection will provide a preview of his new athleisure line, Prototype81, positioned as a "sport luxury lifestyle brand" comprised of shorts, T-shirts, crop tops and leggings for both men and women. "When I got out of college, people called me a prototypical type of receiver," Owens explained. "So I added my number to the end and came up with Prototype81 — and you can’t spell prototype without 'T.O.'" {WWD}

Karlie Kloss is the new face of Adidas x Stella McCartney
The supermodel took to Twitter to share her newest partnership with Stella McCartney's label for Adidas. In the past, Kloss has served as a face for Nike, and one look through her Instagram feed serves up a healthy dose of #fitspo, so we're not surprised to hear that Adidas came calling. "Fashion & fitness are two of my great loves. I am delighted to join the Adidas by Stella McCartney fam," wrote Kloss. {Twitter/@karliekloss}

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