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Stefano Pilati Tapped By Zegna, Teenage Girls Don't Like Abercrombie Models and More From Around the Web

A man had a very traumatizing experience at an A.P.C. store, concluding that "ugly people shouldn't bother with fashion." Um, that's a little harsh, but this story is still funny so you should read it. [Huffington Post

YSL's former creative director Stefano Pilati has been hired by Ermenegildo Zegna to revive its women's label, Agnona. [WWD

Although Savannah Miller walked away from Twenty8Twelve—the brand she ran with her sister, Sienna—earlier this year, she's not finished with fashion. The designer is now working on her own line, set to debut later this fall. [Grazia]

Studies show that Abercrombie & Fitch's method of using nearly naked models to sell clothes to adolescent girls is no longer working. [Businessweek

Here are some rare and unpublished photos of Marilyn Monroe from a soon-to-be released book by Florence's Museo Salvatore Ferragamo. [The Cut]

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