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Ringo Starr stars for Skechers

Anti-Defamation League scolds Urban Outfitters

Drummer Ringo Starr has a new album "Postcards from Paradise" scheduled to drop March 31, and he has a full tour schedule through Feburary and March with his All Starr Band. But he's also found time to be the spokes-celebrity for Skechers Relaxed Fit shoes. The campaign spans print, broadcast and digital media and highlights the former Beatles' "cool and relaxed charisma and legendary drumming prowess," according to a news release. "I love to be relaxed, and I'm wearing the shoes because they're comfortable," Starr says.

In other fashion news:

Urban Outfitters is under fire for a striped tapestry with pink triangles. In a statement Monday the Anti-Defamation League said the design was reminiscent of identifying symbols the Nazis made gay men wear and has asked the retailer to discontinue the item. [The Cut]

Martha Stewart's beauty routine starts each day with a facial mask at 4 a.m. and ends each night with makeup removal using baby oil and a warm washcloth. [People]

Pam & Gela, the contemporary women's clothing line from Juicy Couture founders Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor, has launched an e-comerce site. [WWD]

Racked, the national shopping news website, has redesigned and added new fashion and beauty features. [Racked]

The nattily dressed agents in "Kingsman: The Secret Service" have inspired a Kingsman line of men's clothing. [Los Angeles Times]

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