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Jourdan Dunn Talks About Her Mom in The Edit

Jourdan Dunn's Model Mom, Justin Timberlake's Formal Touch, American Eagle's Spray-On Spoof

  • Jourdan Dunn grew up wanting to model herself after her mother: "She always seemed to make things work without ever complaining. She whips me into shape," she added in the latest issue of The Edit. [Net-A-Porter.com]

  • Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele has added her voice to the ongoing debate about Fashion Week street style: "It's ridiculous . . . I love the real street, and this is not what I call the real street. They all dress to be photographed and I don't think this is real." [Fashionista]

  • In regards to Justin Timberlake's constantly evolving style, GQ's Jim Moore says: "None of it works unless the person looks the part and is willing." [The New York Times]

  • Peter Som definitely knows how to capture an audience — he's already amassed 3.3 million followers on Pinterest. "We're a small company and we don't advertise in the conventional way," he explained. "Pinterest is a great way to get my point of view out there." [The Business of Fashion]

  • Andrea Casiraghi and fiancée Tatiana Santo Domingo welcomed a baby boy yesterday. [Vogue Italia]

  • After signing with both Toronto and Istanbul Fashion Weeks, IMG has announced a new partnership with leading wholesale marketplace Joor. [Daily Front Row]

  • Anna Wintour's chef, Hank Tomashevski, catered a recent event celebrating Irene Neuwirth's CFDA nomination at the home of Barneys New York CEO Mark Lee. [Page Six]

  • In honor of Easter, Stella McCartney's childrenswear website has launched a game which allows its users to playfully decorate animated eggs. [The Cut]

  • Anja Rubik debuted her Giuseppe Zanotti collection with the help of some rocking tunes. [Harper's Bazaar]

  • The skateboarder isn't really wearing jeans in American Eagle's spray-on spoof. [Lucky]

Source: Courtesy of Net-A-Porter.com

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