Fashion Friday: Tim Tebow’s Jockey Ad and Other Style Scoop

TIME's Feifei Sun rounds up the brilliant and bizarre from this week in fashion.

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Model Quarterback. There are so many disappointing things about Tim Tebow’s first Jockey ad. For example, why is he wearing pants that cover up his Jockeys in an underwear campaign? And why isn’t he Tebowing in the picture? Either one of those scenarios would have been more exciting than a topless Tebow in a field with horses. The Broncos quarterback would have done well to imitate that other athlete who’s shilling for undies these days. Tebow, please meet David Beckham. [Huffington Post]

Loving Lana. The singer’s recent Saturday Night Live performance was lampooned stateside, but the international fashion community adores Lana Del Rey. She’s the cover model of British Vogue‘s March issue and appeared on the cover of Interview Russia last month. [The Cut]

Wu in the Wild. For his first campaign, Jason Wu tapped Patrick Li to create a viral, guerilla campaign to be displayed around New York City. As they say, print is dead. [WWD]

Arachnophile Fashion. Behold, a cape made from the silk of more than a million spiders. [Dezeen]

Workwear Made Easy. It can be tricky to get creative about office attire—remember the power suits of the ’80s? Online retailer Shopbop just launched a new work-wear boutique to ease the dilemma, offering a curated selection of modern and high-fashion pieces for today’s working woman. [Shopbop]

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