Martin Out At Margiela, Lara For Louis, and Tavi TV

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Lara Stone lends her face to the new Louis Vuitton ads, allowing her to show off her famous team of trained doves. (Nitrolicious)
Not only is Lady Gaga the most important person in the whole-wide fashion world right now, but she makes an interesting "Mona Lisa" as well. (BlackBook, Business of Fashion, Flavorwire, Racked)
Naomi Campbell is in talks to do a reality-television contest show—talk faster! (The Cut)
An auction brings to life the dream of shopping out of a Vogue editorial icon—provided you're Anna Piaggi's size. (Grazia)
Then again, if you're more Audrey Hepburn-sized, there was a sale for you too. (WWD)
Fashionista University! It exists! Kinda.(FWD)
Tavi's backstage video of Rodarte not only features many star cameos, but is shot entirely from the rarely used Tavi-eye point of view. Why aren't you watching this right now? (ONTDFF)
Times are tough for the Canal Street purse bootleggers. (The Cut)
It's official now. After months of speculation and crosstalk, Martin Margiela has retired from Maison Martin Margiela, leaving his design team to partner with Diesel to continue the brand starting with the upcoming season. (NYT, The Cut)
Can we all agree that there should be more customizable necklaces in the world? (The Fader)
Tales from Brooks Brothers: Henry's Unsuitable Adventure is a new branded children's book stars "Henry, a precocious young boy," who loved shopping at Brooks Brothers, "so much that he hid in the racks until the store closed so he could spend the night. He proceeded to dress mannequins in some of the store's finery and even paraded around in the famed Lincoln coat." And that boy grew up to be… Simon Doonan. Ironic. (WWD)
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