News Flash: Alexander Wang's Spring 2014 Ads Are Perfectly Tongue-In-Cheek

 

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We've already professed our undying love/admiration for Alexander Wang's witty Spring 2014 campaign, and now, a second ad has surfaced. Soon to be flying high in New York's NoHo neighborhood will be a billboard of model Anna Ewers wearing Wang’s signature spring looks, posing in a public restroom. The rationale for the shot, we assure you, is nothing short of brilliant. [WWD]

Sneakerheads, unite! Nike and Givenchy's Riccardo Tisci are collaborating on a line of footwear, tentatively named Nike RT, set to debut this spring. What can we expect from the collection? Well, an element of streetwear culture, for starters. [Fashionista]

The Row's new Pre-Fall 2014 lookbook is one tall glass of sophisticated, ageless water. Take, for instance, its three models—Linda Rodin, Ursula Wallis and Esther de Jong—the eldest of whom is 65. [Refinery 29]

Diane von Furstenberg's legendary wrap dress just turned 40! Here's why this milestone matters. [Bustle]

Who's your literary boyfriend? Take this fun, six-question quiz to see if you're in the market for more of a Mr. Darcy, Heathcliff, Holden Caulfriend, George Weasley or Peeta Mellark. [Barnes & Noble]

The headline says it all: "Seriously, How Many Times Does Lena Dunham Have To Explain Her Nudity?" Word. [Jezebel]

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