Digital snippets: Facebook, 3D printing, Weibo, Topshop, Calvin Klein, Anthropologie

It’s likely to be a little quieter here over the space of the next week as I head to Austin, Texas, for this year’s SXSW. Meanwhile, therefore, here’s a quick round-up of some of the best fashion and digital stories from around the web these last few days:

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  • Facebook redesigns news feed: what’s in it for brands [Inc]
  • Dita Von Teese debuts 3D-printed dress (as pictured) [Mashable]
  • Dior, Prada, Marchesa, Elie Saab and Giorgio Armani top Sina Weibo’s most buzzed about brands from Oscars red carpet [WWD]
  • Topshop is fashion’s most social high street brand [The Wall Blog]
  • Calvin Klein launches Dark Obsession fragrance ad starring model Matthew Terry [The Cut]
  • Content marketing with Instagram: five lessons from Anthropologie [The Bureau]
  • Dove Canada’s Photoshop ‘hack’ reverts airbrushed, edited photos [Huffington Post]
  • Five brands that reaped rewards after adopting responsive design [Econsultancy]
  • One e-commerce winner, one loser; two lessons – Farfetch vs Luxup [Material World, FT]