Salma Hayek, queen of Cannes

Rob Lowe launches men's skincare line

Salma Hayek is the unofficial queen of the 68th Cannes Film Festival, WWD says, working tirelessly to bring women's issues to the fore. [WWD]

Stars including Emily Blunt reacted to a report that women who weren't wearing high heels were turned away from a film screening at Cannes, but festival director Thierry Fremaux took to Twitter to say the rumors of a ban on flats were "unfounded." [Los Angeles Times]

Rob Lowe worked for six years to develop his new men's skin care line, Profile, which is set to debut online this week and at Nordstrom this fall. [WWD]

Lucky magazine is cutting back to quarterly publication as of this month, and a revamped, more upscale format is set to roll out in September. [The Cut]

Los Angeles Dodger Yasiel Puig makes his fashion ad debut Wednesday in the "Jackets Required" campaign for the Iconix Brand Group’s Starter division. [WWD]

Fashion designer Cynthia Rowley now has an exclusive collection of tees, leggings, tanks and other athleisure wear on Net-a-Porter, the online retailer announced via news release on Wednesday.

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