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Rapper Iggy Azalea quits social media over body-shaming

Social media is too negative, says Iggy Azalea

Rapper Iggy Azalea says she is quitting social media -- at least for now -- after cyber bullying when vacation photographs of her in a bikini circulated, and showed she has cellulite. "I just want to have peace and relaxation time without a perve with long distance lense hiding out taking pictures, everyone deserves peace," she tweeted, before she said she's taking a time out because social media is too "negative." [ABC News]

Actress Salma Hayek Pinault tells Net-a-Porter's The Edit that she's in better shape now at age 48 than she was in her youth (she does yoga, among other things), and that her career is going like gangbusters, with five films set for release this year. [Net-a-Porter]

Wal-Mart announced it plans to spend $1 billion to raise pay and improve training and schedules for hourly employees. [AP via NYT]

Peter Copping proved he's up to the task of guarding Oscar de la Renta's legacy when he made his debut as creative director of the label at New York Fashion Week, Los Angeles Times fashion critic Booth Moore reports. [Los Angeles Times]

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Designer John Galliano, now with Maison Martin Margiela, has filed an appeal of a French court ruling that upheld his firing in 2011 by Christian Dior. [Telegraph]

Christopher Kane has opened its first store, in New York City. [WWD]

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