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In case you missed them, here are the top style stories from the week leading up to June 21st.
The luxury fashion house is suing former creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere for criticizing the brand’s management. Watch your words, Wang.
Announced plans to release a third fragrance; how, oh HOW, can he top “Girlfriend”?
One of the ingredients in a blowout treatment in Chicago. No sweater included with the price of treatment.
Named the Editor-in-Chief at Lucky magazine; plans to drastically increase her shopping habit.
Domenico, Dolce and Gabbana, Stefano
The design duo was found guilty of tax evasion; orange is so the new black.
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Incites anger by designing a t-shirt that reads: # more boyfriends than TS. Clearly forgot their key demographic loves Taylor Swift.
Starting a men’s beauty line. Is there anything he can’t do?
Now dating Sports Illustrated model Alyssa Miller. Poor Switfy, this just isn’t her week.
Encourages customers to recycle clothes by offering discounts in exchange for cast-offs; solves global problem… kinda.
Reportedly went shopping for an engagement ring for his ultra stylish girlfriend Diane Kruger; hopefully brought major style consultants in tow.
His eponymous brand may be valued at $12.38 billion, but the designer himself only made $7.6 million in the past year. Something doesn’t quite add up.
Explains the very boring reason for why his red-soled shoes are so expensive: “there is a gap of raw materials and leather.” Yawn.
Inks fragrance deal; is upstaged by Justin Bieber. Tragic.
Rihanna’s stylist was named the fashion director of 032c magazine in an attempt to land the singer for the cover.
The French couturier known for dressing Jackie Kennedy and Sophia Loren passed away at age 78.
The iconic editor’s clothes will be available at auction; good news for her most petite fans.
Announced partnership with street artist Eine. Who’s next, Mr. Brainwash?
The founder of Men’s Warehouse, best known for his “You’re going to like the way you look” commercials was fired. So much for guarantees.
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