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Nicki Minaj Stars in Cavalli Campaign, NYFW Says Goodbye to Lincoln Center and More

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Nicki Minaj Stars in Cavalli Campaign, NYFW Says Goodbye to Lincoln Center and More
(Source: Roberto Cavalli)

Nicki Minaj was unveiled as the face of Roberto Cavalli's Spring/Summer 2015 campaign. Cavalli himself claimed he chose the rapper because he "wanted a sensual woman who is aware of her body, who is not afraid to show her curves." Considering Minaj's bootylicious"Anaconda" music video, she's definitely a fitting choice. [The Telegraph]

Remember Baby Phat? Kimora Lee Simmons, the mastermind behind the brand, has reentered design with a luxury collection called KLS. It will range from $600 to $3,500—a big difference from the wallet-friendly brand we all wore in the mid-2000s. [Fashionista]

After a string of controversies, American Apparel CEO Dov Charney is officially out. He was replaced by a woman, Paula Schneider, who has the job of redeeming the brand from its infamous reputation for sexual exploitation. [SheFinds]

Nicki Minaj Stars in Cavalli Campaign, NYFW Says Goodbye to Lincoln Center and More
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It's official: New York Fashion Week will no longer take place at Lincoln Center, its home since 2010. There is no word yet on where it will move after February. What will become of all the amazing street style photos on the Lincoln Center steps? [The New York Times]

Demi Lovato is the official spokesperson for Sketchers until 2016. The songstress just starred in a fun commercial (featuring singing, of course) that will definitely add extra cool factor to the brand. [MTV Style]

The internet is buzzing about Vivienne Westwood's bold move in gifting British Prime Minister David Cameron a box of asbestos. The designer, who was never one to shy away from controversy, sent it to raise awareness about the dangers of fracking. [The Cut]

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