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Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli at Valentino. Photo by Getty Images.

In Brexit, U.K. Votes to Leave the EU; Maria Grazia Chiuri Departs Valentino

Plus, a bit of a spat between Ivanka Trump and Edgardo Osorio's Aquazzura, and more changes at Demna Gvasalia's Vetements.

Beem, Sophie
Yet another Beyoncé protégée signed to Parkwood Records — and, at only 17 (she competed on the X Factor at 13), Beem is already dreaming of a headlining gig at Madison Square Garden.

In Thursday’s referendum, British citizens voted 51.9 percent to 49.1 percent to exit the European Union, prompting Prime Minister David Cameron to announce he will step down and causing the pound’s valuation to drop dramatically — and we’re only 12 hours out from the vote.

Chiuri, Maria Grazia
The Valentino co-creative director, who has worked with designer partner Pierpaolo Piccioli, will step down from the brand after the Paris couture shows to fill the post at Dior that has been vacant since Raf Simons’s departure in October.

Cunningham, Bill
The New York Times street style photographer, 87, suffered a stroke this week and is currently in the hospital for recovery.

Models, Male
Only the best ones, that is: Here, your breakout stars of the Spring 2017 runway. You’re welcome.

Trump, Ivanka
Embroiled in a law suit with Edgardo Osorio’s Aquazzura, who alleges Trump borrowed a little too heavily from one of his shoe designs. And, when you see them side by side, well, he has a point.

For next Sunday’s show during Paris couture, Demna Gvasalia opens up his design collective to 18 new collaborators, including brands as disparate as Levi’s and Comme Des Garçons. And now, Gvasalia wonders, how will he go back to doing things on his own?

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