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Quickies: Levis for Marriage Equality, Rafael Nadal for Vogue, Simon Doonan on TV, +

With Memorial Day passed, Levi's is breaking out the white for fashion and progress alike. In New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago stores all of the mannequins are not only wearing white clothing, but also have the White Knots ribbon attached to their jeans symbolizing solidarity with the same-sex marriage movement. [NYT]

You know we've really hit the dregs of the recession when rap superstars can't afford their mega bling. [WSJ]

Rather than pen an autobiography, Kate Moss is writing a "fictional" story about "a young female model's life as she is plucked from obscurity and thrust into the A-list limelight." Rocker/writer Louise Brooks will help, naturally. [Sun UK]
Bruce Webber shot Rafael Nadal for Vogue and, thankfully, his fine, fine work is online. [Vogue.com]
Dolce & Gabbana are being accused again of tax evasion. [The Cut] via [WWD]
Apparently too tight jeans can cause a nerve condition called meralgia paresthetica. Hipsters beware. [NYDN]
Simon Doonan's TV show, Beautiful People, that mimics his life growing up in an English suburb debuted on Logo last night. [Racked]
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