Kate Upton's Russian Doppelganger, American Apparel (Finally) Turns a Profit, and More!

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A Russian Kate Upton lookalike named Ania tweeted a photo of herself mimicking Kate's Sports Illustrated cover pose, and became internet famous. [Daily Mail]

American Apparel turned a profit for the first time since 2010. We hope it has something to do with their line of dog hoodies. [WWD]

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Forbes's annual billionaires list is out, and some fashion folks are on it, including Tory Burch, Spanx founder Sara Blakely, and Zara CEO Amancio Ortego. [Fashionista]

Cara Delevingne has a McDonald's habit. “I crave McDonald's all the time. It’s my favorite food. I haven’t eaten it in a week, and that's the longest time I’ve gone without eating McDonald's. I just eat it too much and it’s unhealthy.” [The Cut]

A former Revlon model is suing Mad Men for using her image — a Richard Avedon photo taken over 50 years ago — in the show's opening credits. [HuffPo Style]

BEHOLD: $900 "demon hooves," for sale on Etsy. [Boing Boing]


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