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Lana Del Rey Is Bored With Feminism; Jennifer Lopez Has a Déjà Vu Moment in Versace

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Lana Del Rey is Bored With Feminism: In an interview with Fader magazine, sultry singer Lana Del Rey revealed that she’s just not particularly intrigued by equality among the sexes, citing the issue of feminism as "just not an interesting concept." “Whenever people bring up feminism, I’m like, god. I’m just not really that interested…" she said. "I’m more interested in, you know, SpaceX and Tesla, what’s going to happen with our intergalactic possibilities.” [Jezebel]

Jennifer Lopez Has a Déjà Vu Moment in Versace: "Jenny From The Block" returned to her roots on Wednesday evening for a free concert in the Bronx—the first “homecoming” for the 44-year-old singer. Enlisting a sense of déjà vu for fans, Lopez ascended the stage in a recreation of her iconic tropical green Versace dress from the 2000 Grammy Awards. The “high-leg, low-neckline belted bodysuit and matching wrap” was designed by the Italian fashion house for the special occasion. [Elle UK]

New Balance is Suing Karl Lagerfeld: In a battle of normcore versus high fashion, athletic kicks company New Balance is suing French fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld for copyright infringement. The shoe in question: its trademark ‘574’ sneaker, which bares a striking resemblance to Lagerfeld’s new trainers. Along with a few subtle differences, Lagerfeld’s version most notably bears a “K,” while the 574 is printed with an “N.” When word of the lawsuit spread, the high-fashion sneakers quickly sold out on Net-a-Porter. [Marie Claire UK]