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Cara Delevingne’s On-Set Antics, and More of Today’s News

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Cara the songwriter…

Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff recently talked about their experiences acting in Paper Towns. Apparently, one of their favorite activities on set was serenading each other with songs they had written, including Delevingne’s poetically titled composition “Birds Can Fly So High, and They Can Shit on Your Head.” [Dazed]

Blue leather boots…

Musicians like Kanye West and Rihanna have been getting into the footwear business lately, and the trend continues with a new shoe from Pharrell Williams. No, it’s not an Adidas sneaker—the singer has reimagined Timberland’s 6-inch boot in nontraditional blue and purple hues. Buy the Bee Line x Timberlands this Saturday at the Timberland store in San Francisco or at New York’s Billionaire Boys Club. [Complex]

Poiret is revived…

Another historic fashion house is coming back from the grave: The Korean company Shinsegae International has bought the Paul Poiret trademarks. The Poiret brand has been defunct since about 1930, but in those early years of the 20th century, Poiret was the “king of fashion.” Given that the designer’s modern fans include Azzedine Alaïa, making the label relevant again shouldn’t be too tall a task. [WWD]

“The French Collection…”

The newest Chanel campaign is in, featuring Anna Ewers and Lindsey Wixson in images lensed by Karl Lagerfeld. The clothes, shot in black and white against a gray background, have come a long way from the Parisian bistro in which they were first presented. That they look good in both contexts only proves their versatility. [Chanel]

A high-fashion fairy tale…

You know what would improve the Grimm brothers’ grim stories? Some Prada gowns. Enter Rachel Feinstein, who has illustrated a modern fairy tale by Michael Cunningham with Fall 2015’s best looks. [New York]

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