Kirsten Dunst and Mulleavy Sisters

Laura and Kate Mulleavy of Rodarte with Kirsten Dunst at the Panthère de Cartier party in Los Angeles, California, May 2017.

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Coach

Bought Kate Spade for a cool $2.4 billion. In January 2015, the label also bought Stuart Weitzman—so could Stuart Vevers's Coach be attempting to build a luxury conglomerate to rival the French behemoths?

Selena Gomez is Coach's beloved muse. Go behind the scenes of her cover shoot with W:

Dogumenta

Art, but for dogs.

Dove

The beauty and skincare brand's new body-positive bottles—six shapes, designed to look like different women's body types—were roundly mocked on Twitter when they were unveiled Monday. But who says there are only six body types?

Hearst, Gabriela

Stands with Planned Parenthood. Gabriela Hearst's "ram-ovaries" sweater, which retails at $699, will benefit Planned Parenthood ($500 from each purchase, in a limited run of 100), and the designer will be dressing Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards for June's CFDA Awards.

Macron, Brigitte

Incoming French first lady; not the first to embark on something of an affair with Paris's storied fashion industry.

Memphis Group

Meet two of the Memphis Group artists behind the patterns adorning Valentino's otherwise Victoriana-inflected Fall 2017 collection.

Woodshock

The Mulleavy sisters Laura and Kate of Rodarte made a movie. It's called Woodshock. It stars Kirsten Dunst. And it looks eerie.

Yates, Sally

The former acting attorney general for the Trump administration, who was dismissed when she refused to uphold the travel ban earlier this year, testified before the Senate on Monday regarding the Trump administration's alleged ties to Russia (and particularly former national security advisor Michael Flynn's conduct) and potential interference in the election. Ted Cruz still saw fit to bring up the travel ban in a fit of legalese—and Yates promptly shut him down, in competing legalese.