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Tyra Banks Visits Marijuana Dispensary; Lululemon Posts 'CEO Wanted' Ad

Jason Merritt

Tyra Banks Visits Marijuana Shop: Tyra Banks visited a medical marijuana dispensary in Venice, California and left with a suspicious-looking brown paper bag. The dispensary is called "The Pharmacy" and is apparently known for its range of California-grown marijuana products, but the store also sells normal organic medicine. [Daily Mail]

Lululemon Posts 'CEO Wanted' Ad: With the announcement of the departure of Lululemon's CEO last week, the brand has tried to turn a sad situation into something a little more lighthearted by posting a 'CEO Wanted' ad on their website. The job description cites that, amongst other things, the new CEO should, "plan to bring yoga and luon to Mars by 2018," and have "Chip Wilson, Bill Clinton, Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah Winfrey on speed dial."[Racked]

Female Lawyers in Tennesee Must Cover Elbows: After recieving complaints from male attorneys, a judge in Rutherford County, Tennessee decided to write a newsletter reminding female lawyers that suggestive apparel has no place in the courtroom. The judge explains that he found that "county judges here weren't holding women to the same standard as men." He continued to single out women though, targeting their elbows first in the newsletter: "I have advised some women attorneys that a jacket with sleeves below the elbow is appropriate or a professional dress equivalent." [The Tennessean]

Marc Jacobs Called Cara Delevigne a "Dwarf": Stylist Katie Grand has revealed in an interview that Marc Jacobs once banned her client, Cara Delevigne, from appearing in his shows, and called her a "dwarf." "Why is there a dwarf in here?" he asked. The petite model was apparently dropped on the spot and Grand was devastated. One season later though, Jacobs booked Delevigne for his Louis Vuitton spring 2013 collection and asked her to appear nude in his T-shirt campaign that raised money for skin cancer research. [The Sunday Times]

House Passes Bangladesh Bill: The House passed a spending bill directed at the Department of Defense that will require "all military licensed and branded apparel sold at military base stores to comply with a binding, enforceable accord on fire and building safety in Bangladesh's garment industry." These terms reflect the safety accord that 50 retailers have signed so far, most of which are European. It is the first Congressional legislation to be proposed since the Bangladesh factory accident. [WWD]

Katy Perry's Vogue Cover Released:The July cover of Vogue featuring Katy Perry has been released. The singer looks tranquil, wearing a floral dress by Rodarte while sitting in a bed of grass. The photo was shot by Annie Leibowitz. [Vogue]