Grace Jones Is In (And So Are We)

The pop legend will headline Afropunk London after M.I.A. was dropped from the lineup — and W launches its new site. You’re welcome.

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Ailes, Roger: Chairman of Fox News, accused by former anchor Gretchen Carlson of sexual harrassment. Now, he may be on his way out at Fox — he’s reportedly in the midst of negotiations for his exit from the channel he built.

Cook, Bryndon: The Dev Hynes, Chairlift, and Solange-approved musician striking out on his own under the name Starchild & The New Romantic. Get to know him, and listen to his latest single, here.

Fashion Week, New York: The CFDA just announced its lineup for the Spring 2017 womenswear shows in New York this September. The usual suspects will all be there — including Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow, who, despite breaking with the fashion calendar for Public School, will be back with their DKNY show.

Jones, Grace: Replacing M.I.A. as the headliner for the first London Afropunk Festival. The Sri Lankan rapper gave an interview to the Evening Standard in which she questioned the Black Lives Matter movement, and was subsequently dropped from the Afropunk lineup.

Magazine, W: Most people don’t brag about their facelifts, but then again, most of them don’t look as good as ours. Presenting the all-new, all-improved

McQueen, Alexander: Turns out, the team behind the late designer’s brand are none too pleased about plans to grow his skin in a lab from available genetic material.

Prada: Tapped 27 models of varying degrees of celebrity to star in its Fall 2016 campaign. It’s fun, but it’s no #MyCalvins.

Supreme: Racked goes deep — very deep — inside the cult favorite streetwear brand with the mysteriously long lines.

Trump, Melania: Donald Trump might be no fan of Barack Obama, but Melania Trump seems to be a big, big fan of his wife Michelle’s words.