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Must Read: Watch Slick Woods Goof Off in 'Love' Good Friday Video, Rochas and OAMC Join Chambre Syndicale

Plus, a look at the Incas' "cloth of gold."

Slick Woods stars in Love's Good Friday video
Like most of the magazine's seasonal videos, it's a bit of a reach to claim this Phil Poynter-directed bit is connected to the holiday at hand. But model Slick Woods looks so good dancing around in menswear and a leather corset from labels like Zana Bayne and DSquared that we're guessing plenty of viewers will be willing to overlook that. {Love}

French fashion's Chambre Syndicale welcomes OAMC and Rochas Homme
The menswear arm of the French fashion governing body saw the two brands join as full-fledged members under the organization's new management board. Chambre Syndicale also re-elected Christian Dior Couture CEO Sidney Toledano as president and Paul Smith's Isabel Ribeiro as vice president. {WWD}

Inside the business of the "cloth gold" that is vicuña wool
Made from the wool of an Andean cousin of the llama, vicuña is one of the rarest and most expensive materials in the world from which to make clothing. Having been prized since the time of the Incas, the wool fell out of use after the species became endangered, but has re-entered the market partly through the efforts of Loro Piana, an Italian luxury brand. "We worked a lot to reintroduce vicuña to the commercial world," said CEO Pier Luigi Loro Piana. {Business of Fashion}

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