Brie Larson Is Your New ‘Captain Marvel,’ and Rihanna Is ‘Psycho’s Marion Crane

Plus, LVMH plays hot potato with the brand currently helmed by Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow.

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DKNY After several days of speculation (and silence over at LVMH), news broke early Monday morning that the parent company of DKNY will sell the label, which is currently helmed by Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow and valued at $650 million, to smaller conglomerate G-III, which also counts Cole Haan, Calvin Klein, and G.H. Bass among its portfolio.

Festival, Panorama The east coast answer to Coachella had its first run this weekend under the muggy New York heat dome. Kendrick Lamar, Aurora, Tourist, Blood Orange, and more still managed to turn out.

Kaine, Tim Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s new running mate, a senator from Virginia with a strong pro-choice and pro-gun control record.

Larson, Brie As announced at Saturday’s Marvel panel at Comic-Con, the Oscar-winner will play Captain Marvel in the upcoming film adaptation.

Moss, Kate Another day, another campaign for the English supermodel. She is the new face of Charlotte Tilbury’s first foray into fragrance, which is slated for August 15 release.

National Convention, Democratic The Republicans had their turn, now it’s the Dems’ chance. But the convention will hold forth immediately on the heels of Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s resignation as chair of the Democratic National Committee after an email hack revealed the party had been less-than-supportive of Bernie Sanders’s campaign.

Rihanna Will play Marion Crane — the role originated by Janet Leigh, she of the infamous Psycho shower scene — in Bates Motel, the serialized adaptation of Hitchcock’s thriller, for the show’s final season.

Stevens, Sufjan With tour costumes designed by Rihanna’s go-to man Adam Selman, Stevens earned his Victoria’s Secret angel wings at Saturday’s Panorama concert.

Train, L It’s official: The Williamsburg-to-Manhattan L train will shut down for 18 months beginning in 2019 to repair damages incurred during Hurricane Sandy. Cue widespread Brooklynite panic.