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Must Read: Victoria Beckham Seeks Legal Advice Over Ad Depicting Her As Anorexic, Cara Delevingne's Stylists Talk 'Valerian' Press Tour

Plus, Time Inc. reports lower-than-expected revenue.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Victoria Beckham seeks legal advice over restaurant ad depicting her as anorexic
A British takeout restaurant has used an emaciated cartoon depiction of Victoria Beckham on its delivery vans for three years. The controversial advertisement likens a skeletal drawing of the former Spice Girl with a sash that reads "Anorexic Fashion Icon" to their 2mm thin crust pizza. Beckham was informed of the advertisements Monday and has begun seeking legal advice. {WWD}

How Cara Delevingne's 'Valerian' press tour became an ongoing showstopper 
Cara Delevingne has served up some serious looks for the "Valerian" press circuit — bless this sci-fi film for allowing the model-turned-actress to transverse the globe in futuristic get-ups from Iris van HerpenVersace and more. Delevingne turned to her longtime stylists Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn to dress her in pieces that combined the mood of the runways with the science-fiction theme of the film. {Vogue

Time Inc. reports lower-than-expected revenue 
Time Inc. is in a bit of a publishing pickle as the legacy media giant reported lower-than-expected revenue for the quarter ending June 30. Circulation revenue fell 12 percent and advertising revenue dropped 17 percent from the same quarter last year. Following a massive job-cutting in June, the company will continue to announce various initiatives to target cost savings of more than $400 million. {WWD}

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CVS sets out to increase retail activity through more beauty offerings 
Your nearest and dearest drugstore has decided to increase its beauty offerings in an effort to drive up sales. "Relatively few retail shoppers see CVS as a destination in its own right, even for categories like beauty," wrote Håkon Helgesen, analyst at GlobalData Retail. "Given the scale of CVS, which puts its stores in easy reach of most Americans, this is a massive lost opportunity." Therefore, as a part of its new retail format, CVS will amp up cosmetics aisles with new beauty brands and health and wellness merchandise. {WWD}

'New York' profiles Tom Ford
Tom Ford is a man of many talents — he wears a tailored suit like no other; he breathed an in-your-face sexiness during his creative direction at Gucci; he launched his own namesake label; and he directs and writes for Oscar-winning actors. In a profile of the creative genius for New York Magazine, Ford talks prudishness, his history of objectification, the similarities between designing a collection and designing a world and what's on the horizon for a man who is known for his ability to shock. {The Cut}

Kate Moss launching first beauty product 
We've seen Kate Moss in plenty of beauty campaigns, but this time the British supermodel will launch her own makeup palette. Moss has partnered with Japanese beauty brand Decorté to create a sleek black pouch full of her must-have lip, eye and brow products. The makeup kit, Kate Moss Favorites, will be sold exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue later this month and comes packed with matte lipsticks in natural hues, a lip pencil, inky liquid eyeliner, a brow pencil and applicator brushes. {Harper's Bazaar}

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