Zooey Deschanel Talks Hollywood Boys Club, Chloë Sevigny's New Show, & More L.A. Buzz

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From a crazy L.A. urban legend to our favorite TV actress' small-screen role models, check out all of the local headlines that caught our eye this week.

For its SS'14 campaign, New York-based brand rag & bone set its sights out West. Lensman Glen Luchford shot Emile Hirsch and up-and-coming actress Stacy Martin in DTLA for the print campaign and accompanying short film. (You might recognize Martin from her breakout role opposite Shia LaBeouf in Nymphomaniac.) We sense a fashion maven on the rise! (Style.com)

Was L.A. home to an underground race of humans called the Lizard People? Los Angeles magazine delved deep, reporting on the legend that these species lived some 5,000 years ago in a vast network of subterranean tunnels. As for the validity of the fable, we'll leave it up to you to decide — but it's a truly a fascinating read nonetheless. (Los Angeles magazine)

Hollywood might still be a boys club, but not for long if Zooey Deschanel and Mindy Kaling have anything say about it. The actresses opened up about their own television role models and what it's like to be in a male-dominated industry. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Net-a-Porter has teamed up with local L.A. brand Haney on a capsule collection of amazing, party-ready frocks. From a one-shoulder chiffon number to a sleek silk gown, the dresses are seriously drool-worthy. (Racked)

Chloë Sevigny's new TV show Those Who Kill doesn't premiere 'til March, but after watching the just-released trailer, we're officially counting down the days. Compared to her roles on Portlandia and Big Love, Sevigny has definitely upped the intensity factor with this murder, action, and drama-filled show. Check out the three-minute clip over at Vulture to see what we mean.