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Zayn Malik Talks His Bearded Image in Complex [Complex]
In addition to the creative freedom that came with his public break-up with teen boy band One Direction, Zayn Malik revealed that his new solo career allowed him to pursue his other interests, too. Specifically, growing a beard. In his new Complex mag profile, the “Pillow Talk” crooner talked finally being able to grow out his facial hair and rock a bleached ‘do, something he was prohibited from doing in the One-D days as it made him look older than the other babies — er, boys.
Pam Anderson Is the New Face of MissGuided [Instagram]
MissGuided, the U.K.-based juniors’ apparel retailer, took a deep dive into American pop culture for its latest campaign star — Pam Anderson. The 48-year-old may be a bit out of the target age demographic, but she nonetheless slays in a one-piece suit reminiscent of her Baywatch days, as well as bodycons, minis and gold stiletto heels that prove the blonde bombshell is still the blond bombshell.
Zara Pulls “Gluten-Free” T-Shirt [Yahoo]
A cropped tee reading “Are you gluten-free?” was pulled from Zara’s shelves following a petition started on Change.org which called the piece insensitive. Marta Casadesus, a Spanish woman who suffers from Celiac disease, started the petition after seeing the tee in a store. She wrote, “Celiac disease is not a fashion statement, nor should you make fun of the disease because of the strictness of the gluten-free diet and the problems that can arise if you do not follow it correctly.” Zara apologized and removed the tee from stores and online.
GQ Announces Menswear Capsule Collections with “All-Star” Designers [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
To celebrate the tenth anniversary of its Best New Menswear Designers in America feature, GQ tapped some of the series’ most notable alumni for four distinct capsule collections. Michael Bastian, Steven Alan, Saturdays NYC and John Elliot are the “all-star” designers picked who will collaborate on the collections with Gap. The capsules will arrive in Gap stores this fall.
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