Marc Jacobs Called Cara Delevingne a 'Dwarf' Once, 'Love' Magazine's Furry Guest Editor,and More!

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Stylist Katie Grand reminisced about that time Marc Jacobs called Cara Delevingne a dwarf. (Wait, what?) "I was trying to get her in the show, but it was the show in which everyone was very tall and very long. I remember Marc looking at me and saying, ‘Why is that dwarf in here?’, and me being devastated...I apologized to her afterwards.” Delevingne is 5'9, btw. [The Independent]

Speaking of Marc Jacobs! His bull terrier, Neville, is editing Love magazine this week. Look at him, hard at work at his desk. [The Telegraph]


J. Crew's Jenna Lyon's expanded her monthly picks to include things you can't buy at J. Crew. Like Cherry Bombe magazine and Joseph Altuzarra's costumes for the New York City ballet. []

Suno is getting into the upholstery game. The label is teaming up with textile brand Knoll Luxe on a collection of nine home fabrics. [Refinery29]

BEHOLD: J.W. Anderson sent men down the runway in silky halter tops. [Business of Fashion Twitter]

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Playboy, in an attempt to be more art-y, has reportedly commissioned Chuck Close to work on a painting inspired by Kate Moss's upcoming 60th anniversary issue spread. [The Cut]
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