Salma Hayek, queen of Cannes

Salma Hayek, queen of Cannes
Salma Hayek, left, with her husband, Kering Chief Executive Francois-Henry Pinault, and actors Jane Fonda and Jake Gyllenhaal at the Kering Official Cannes Dinner on May 17. (Andreas Rentz / Getty Images)

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.