Fashion News Roundup: Stella's Baby Girl, How to Get Valentino for Gap in the States and PETA Attacks DKNY, Again

It's a girl! Stella McCartney birthed what will be a very well-dressed baby last Tuesday in London. The designer and her husband just revealed that it's a girl named Reiley, who will totally be fighting over these clothes with Rachel Zoe's baby (who we continue to assume is a girl). {The Cut} PETA vs. DKNY: DKNY does not like Facebook spamming. PETA appears to have attacked DKNY (again) via Facebook yesterday. A bunch of people posted comments with profile pictures that spelled out "DK BUNNY BUTCHER." DKNY has since deleted the comments and appear to have disabled commenting altogether. {BuzzFeed/Facebook} APC Gets Robbed: I've dreamed of robbing an A.P.C. store, but figured I'd never get away with it. Some guy in L.A. was a bit more confident. Here is a kind of funny video of him trying to break into A.P.C., set to what Racked calls "A.P.C. music." {Racked} The Kardashian Kard is Kaput: There's our K aliteration for the day. "The negative spotlight turned on the Kardashians as a result of the Attorney General's comments and actions threatens everything for which they have worked," is what the Kardashian's lawyer said about finding out that the Kardashian-branded prepaid debit card could violate consumer protection laws. Apparently, they didn't know this before they began working so hard on the card and have thus decided to cut ties with it. {Page Six}
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It's a girl! Stella McCartney birthed what will be a very well-dressed baby last Tuesday in London. The designer and her husband just revealed that it's a girl named Reiley, who will totally be fighting over these clothes with Rachel Zoe's baby (who we continue to assume is a girl). {The Cut} PETA vs. DKNY: DKNY does not like Facebook spamming. PETA appears to have attacked DKNY (again) via Facebook yesterday. A bunch of people posted comments with profile pictures that spelled out "DK BUNNY BUTCHER." DKNY has since deleted the comments and appear to have disabled commenting altogether. {BuzzFeed/Facebook} APC Gets Robbed: I've dreamed of robbing an A.P.C. store, but figured I'd never get away with it. Some guy in L.A. was a bit more confident. Here is a kind of funny video of him trying to break into A.P.C., set to what Racked calls "A.P.C. music." {Racked} The Kardashian Kard is Kaput: There's our K aliteration for the day. "The negative spotlight turned on the Kardashians as a result of the Attorney General's comments and actions threatens everything for which they have worked," is what the Kardashian's lawyer said about finding out that the Kardashian-branded prepaid debit card could violate consumer protection laws. Apparently, they didn't know this before they began working so hard on the card and have thus decided to cut ties with it. {Page Six}
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It's a girl! Stella McCartney birthed what will be a very well-dressed baby last Tuesday in London. The designer and her husband just revealed that it's a girl named Reiley, who will totally be fighting over these clothes with Rachel Zoe's baby (who we continue to assume is a girl). {The Cut}

PETA vs. DKNY: DKNY does not like Facebook spamming. PETA appears to have attacked DKNY (again) via Facebook yesterday. A bunch of people posted comments with profile pictures that spelled out "DK BUNNY BUTCHER." DKNY has since deleted the comments and appear to have disabled commenting altogether. {BuzzFeed/Facebook}

APC Gets Robbed: I've dreamed of robbing an A.P.C. store, but figured I'd never get away with it. Some guy in L.A. was a bit more confident. Here is a kind of funny video of him trying to break into A.P.C., set to what Racked calls "A.P.C. music." {Racked}

The Kardashian Kard is Kaput: There's our K aliteration for the day. "The negative spotlight turned on the Kardashians as a result of the Attorney General's comments and actions threatens everything for which they have worked," is what the Kardashian's lawyer said about finding out that the Kardashian-branded prepaid debit card could violate consumer protection laws. Apparently, they didn't know this before they began working so hard on the card and have thus decided to cut ties with it. {Page Six}

President of Wang: Alex Wang is getting big. The company just hired its first president, Rodrigo Bazan, who was previously Marc Jacobs' vice president and general manager for Europe, the Middle East and India. {Vogue UK}

How to Get Affordable Valentino: We all freaked out about Valentino for Gap and then cried upon realizing it wouldn't be available in the U.S. However, it has been discovered that Americans can sort-of get Valentino for Gap--Paris boutique Colette has five of the seven pieces and ships to the U.S. You can also get real Valentino pretty cheaply via the internet. {NYLON}