This week, Coppola's Little Mermaid cast went androgynousArts+CultureNewsPlus: we learnt the truth about Gaga's scrapped music video, Dov Charney got the boot and Bjork's magic hits MOMA20June 2014TextClaire Marie Healy ANDREJ PEJIC IS THE FIRST MERMAID TO BE CAST IN COPPOLA'S NEW ADAPTATION Androgynous Australian model Andrej Pejic has landed her first feature film role in Sofia Coppola's live-action adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's fairytale classic – she's been cast as Sister No. 4. DOV CHARNEY UNCEREMONIOUSLY FIRED AS CEO OF AMERICAN APPAREL The board of American Apparel voted unanimously to terminate Charney's employment admist allegations of professional misconduct. Oh, and then their shares went up. Nice. BJORK IS GOING TO BRING HER FIRST RETROSPECTIVE TO MOMA Put March 2015 in your diaries now for Bjork's first retrospective – she'll be bring her experimental vision to MoMA next year. BjörkPhotography by Juergen Teller, Courtesy of Rizzoli TERRY RICHARDSON STILL DENIES ACUSSATIONS OF SEXUAL HARRASSMENT While more and more models point the finger at Richardson's alleged misbehaviour, Terry Richardson continued to deny all claims of misconduct in a New York magazine cover story.