News Flash: L'Wren Scott Was Not Closing Her Company, Says A Spokesperson For Her Brand


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Though L'Wren Scott's suicide continues to puzzle the fashion industry and beyond, a spokeswoman for her company has denied allegations that the 47-year-old designer had planned to announce on Wednesday that she was shutting down her business. In a press release, she also stated that the reports are: "not only highly misleading and inaccurate but also extremely hurtful and disrespectful to the memory of L'Wren Scott." It's a statement that's certainly worth reading in full. [Fashionista]

That time a "professional vomit painter" spewed all over Lady Gaga during her performance at South by Southwest? Gaga has described it as "art in its purest form." [Us Weekly]

A man tried out Jared Leto's now-legendary ombré hairstyle (via a wig) for a week. Here's what happened. [The Cut]

This year, Hermès is going to be all about ready-to-wear and accessories, and less about bags—or so says the company's chief executive officer Axel Dumas. [WWD]

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