Plus: e-spliffs at last, you can now wear Naomi Campbell and North Korea declared war on Franco and Rogan
The budget high street street behemoth came under massive scrutiny this week when customers spoke out about finding messages related to working conditions sewed into the clothing. In what the company originally claimed to be an isolated incident, the discovery of "Forced to work exhausting hours" sewed into a dress was joined by other findings through the week – one shopper found a message written by Chinese prisoners forced to work under degrading sweatshop conditions.
Vaping weed? Why not. This week it was announced that the world's first e-spliff is going to go on sale in (where else?) The Netherlands – but it actually contains "100% biological flavour" and "harmless and safe components." No real substitute for doobie lovers, then – but maybe a good way to wean yourself off the stuff for the sake of your virility.
After her foray into reality television on the eminently-quotable The Face, Naomi tentatively announced plans to launch a clothing line this week. Speaking to the MailOnline, Naomi said "It’s something that interests me and I’m in negotiations." Team Naomi!
"Go get a job" was amongst the Vogue editor's more memorable quips at a talk she gave at Central Saint Martins earlier this month. Sounds a little harsh, but ultimately, Wintour's advice was as solid as her signature bob – check our round-up for the best bits.
In one of the more frightening statements of the week, an unofficial representative of the North Korean government called James Franco and Seth Rogan's new film "the most blatant act of terrorism and war." The Interview is a comedy about two bumbling journalists hired to kill Kim Jong-Un. Way to rock the boat, guys.