News Flash: Androgynous Runway Idol Agyness Deyn Has Officially Quit Modeling


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We plastered photos of Agyness Deyn all over our walls back in the late aughts, but now, that’s all a thing of the past; the onetime androgynous style icon has officially quit modeling. “I didn’t hate it, but I was yearning to do something different," she says. [Grazia]

Last week, Juicy Couture announced that it plans to close all of its U.S. stores, which made our early-2000s selves cringe with nostalgia. Behold: a look back at the most memorable Juicy tracksuits, “famewhore uniform of the 2000s.” [The Cut]

Gisele Bündchen—who is currently experiencing a resurgence of sorts—is fronting Isabel Marant’s Fall 2014 campaign, her first Marant campaign in three years. A Bündchen-aissance! [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Katy Perry wants to write Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign song; now all Clinton has to do is announce that she’ll be running. Easy enough, right? [Elle]

A Primark customer in Wales found a disturbing label sewn into a $17 dress that reads: “Forced to work exhausting hours.” [Fashionista]

Kristen Stewart is threatening to sue Joan Rivers because Rivers’ new book Diary of a Mad Diva pokes fun at Stewart’s massive scandal surrounding her affair with married director Rupert Sanders. Stewart, you know the book’s written as satire, right? [StyleCaster]

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