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Zoolander 2 Is Happening, How the VS Fashion Show Got So Crazy And More From Around the Web

If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Banana Republic just announced a third Mad Men-themed collection, which (like the first two) is sure to sell just as fast as you can say "vodka gimlet." [WWD]

The same adage holds true for movies. Zoolander 2 is officially happening, promising more hilarious spoofs of the modeling world and certainly some cameos by big name models. (Remember back in the last one, when Paris Hilton was still primarily known as a model? Yeah.) [Huffington Post]

A pair of Marie Antoinette's silk slippers just sold for $81,275 at auction, which is about the cost of 115 brand new Louboutins, if they're each about $700 a pop. History and vintage and artifacts are cool and all, but we might take the latter. [NY Daily News]

Stewards (that's P.C. for male flight attendants) on the Abercrombie & Fitch CEO's jet wear this uniform: boxers, flip flops, a "spritz" of the brand's cologne. And that's not even the most ridiculous part of their job demands. [Bloomberg]

Alas, a revealing look at how the Victoria's Secret fashion show went from a quiet trade event to a Beyoncé SuperBowl half time show bonanza. (1999 was the turning point; that's when the brand webcast the show to 2 million viewers. Which is a lot considering they were probably using dial-up or AOL connections back then.) [Entertainment Weekly]

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