Melissa Shoes Pop Up, Mad Men Become Barbies, And Olivia Palermo Plans To Move Across The Pond

Jill Zarin tells Vanity Fair: "I guess I'm not a very good judge of character...I like to give everybody a chance. I guess I had to learn the hard way." UNDERSTATEMENT OF THE YEAR. (Jezebel)
Terry Richardson shoots for Barneys New York. We're skeptical about whether or not Terry actually photographed it: we don't see any naked models. (Fashion Indie)
A Melissa Shoes pop-up shop? Hurrah! We love it when our feet smell like strawberries. (The Cut)
Mad Men characters are being turned into Barbie dolls. Hmm, but what happened to Joan's curves? (New York Times)
An anonymous prankster has plastered Diesel price stickers to the brand's ads in West 4th Street subway station. Suddenly, they seem a lot less appealing. (Racked)
British brand Freda might be taking Olivia Palermo out of the city now that she's signed a contract to be their spokesperson. We guess it's a fair trade since we have Alexa Chung. (Nylon)
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