Spike Jonze, Jonah Hill are writing a New York Fashion Week play

Spike Jonze, Jonah Hill will make Opening Ceremony's Fashion Week presentation interesting

Spike Jonze and Jonah Hill are collaborating on a play that Opening Ceremony will produce as its New York Fashion Week presentation, WWD reports. Jonze, who won an Academy Award this year for his screenplay for "Her," is also slated to direct. [WWD]

The "consciously uncoupled" Gwyneth Paltrow might be dating "Glee" co-creator Brad Falchuck. [Los Angeles Times]

Actor Corey Stoll's character met with an unfortunate fate at the hands of Kevin Spacey's Frank Underwood in season one of "House of Cards" -- in a moment that showed us exactly how ruthless the politico is. Now Stoll is happily back, modeling pinstripes in the August issue of GQ, which is out now. [GQ]

Joseph Altuzarra's upcoming collection for Target will feel expensive, with cuts and detailing designed for a woman who might already be an Altuzarra customer but who also shops at Target. [The Cut]

News that's not surprising: Millennial and Gen X women are most likely to shop using smartphones. Boomers prefer computers, WWD reports. [WWD]

The creators of Angry Birds are seeking fashion and beauty advertisers for Juice Cubes, a game geared toward women that launched last October. [Racked]

The Joe Fresh brand launched a kids' clothing line in the U.S. this week. [WWD]

Target plans to introduce activewear for pregnant women in October. [Racked]

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