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August 16, 2012 BY CAPSULESNEWS

Check out Vanity Fair's round up of the 25 most fashionable films, which span the 1900's from the Depression up until right before the 90's hit, at which point they switched over to the 25 least fashionable films. [Vanity Fair]

In yet another resurrection, Rodale is bringing back Best Life magazine, throwing its hat into the ring alongside a slew of other men's magazines being brought back to capitalize on the resurgence of men liking clothes. [WWD]

From the NBA's Most Valuable Player to an early season end due to a torn ACL, Derrick Rose is on the comeback trail and Adidas is filming the whole thing. [Hypebeast]

Jonah Lehrer, that guy who left the New Yorker after making up Bob Dylan quotes, still has a job with Wired. How is that possible? Even Wired is starting to ask that question. [WWD]

Thanks to the Status People Fake Follower check, we now know just how Twitter famous some celebrities are. Complex unleashed the check on a selection of rappers, coming up with some interesting findings. Kanye West's millions of followers? 36% fake. [Complex]

Silversun Pickups issued a cease and desist to the Mitt Romney campaign for using their 2009 hit "Panic Room" without permission. According to the band, they went after the campaign because of the illegal use of the song, but also, they just don't like Mitt Romney. [Mashable]

The Odd Future group have branched out into beer labels these days, teaming up with Warsteiner to create a limited edition beer bottle to go along with the opening of their pop-up shop in Parisian department store Colette. [HUH.]