Fashion News Roundup: Karen Elson and Jack White Throw a Divorce Party, Tory Burch Wins Major Counterfeiting Victory and Designers Try Their Hand at Tutus

Karen Elson and Jack White Divorce and Celebrate: The duo announced their split today, but they're going out with a bang. They're throwing a divorce party to celebrate "the making and breaking the sacred union of marriage." {Paper Mag} No Maternity Leave for Victoria Beckham: The designer is about to pop out her fourth child, but the fashion world stops for no one--Beckham says she's still hard at work on her next collection. {Glamour UK} More Shake Ups at British Vogue: Following the news that creative director Robin Derrick is leaving the glossy earlier this week, fashion director Kate Phelen has announced that she too is quitting after 18 years. Phelen has been named Creative Director of Topshop. {Telegraph} Tory Burch Wins Major Counterfeiting Lawsuit: The designer has won a $164 million case against 41 websites who were selling copies of her items. It is reportedly the largest amount ever rewarded in a counterfeiting case. {Fashion Etc}
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Karen Elson and Jack White Divorce and Celebrate: The duo announced their split today, but they're going out with a bang. They're throwing a divorce party to celebrate "the making and breaking the sacred union of marriage." {Paper Mag} No Maternity Leave for Victoria Beckham: The designer is about to pop out her fourth child, but the fashion world stops for no one--Beckham says she's still hard at work on her next collection. {Glamour UK} More Shake Ups at British Vogue: Following the news that creative director Robin Derrick is leaving the glossy earlier this week, fashion director Kate Phelen has announced that she too is quitting after 18 years. Phelen has been named Creative Director of Topshop. {Telegraph} Tory Burch Wins Major Counterfeiting Lawsuit: The designer has won a $164 million case against 41 websites who were selling copies of her items. It is reportedly the largest amount ever rewarded in a counterfeiting case. {Fashion Etc}
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Karen Elson and Jack White Divorce and Celebrate: The duo announced their split today, but they're going out with a bang. They're throwing a divorce party to celebrate "the making and breaking the sacred union of marriage." {Paper Mag}

No Maternity Leave for Victoria Beckham: The designer is about to pop out her fourth child, but the fashion world stops for no one--Beckham says she's still hard at work on her next collection. {Glamour UK}

More Shake Ups at British Vogue: Following the news that creative director Robin Derrick is leaving the glossy earlier this week, fashion director Kate Phelen has announced that she too is quitting after 18 years. Phelen has been named Creative Director of Topshop. {Telegraph}

Tory Burch Wins Major Counterfeiting Lawsuit: The designer has won a $164 million case against 41 websites who were selling copies of her items. It is reportedly the largest amount ever rewarded in a counterfeiting case. {Fashion Etc} Rent the Runway Adds Z Spoke: The site has just added Zac Posen's diffusion line to their stock, and to mark the occasion, they're giving handbags signed by the designer to three of the first 100 people to rent from the collection. If you're not looking to rent, simply email your name and number to rtr@renttherunway.com for your shot! {Rent the Runway}

Designer Tutus: Moschino, Erdem, Agent Provacateur, and Giles are among the brands who have collaborated with the British National Ballet to create their own versions of the tutu. The pieces will be sold at a public auction {Vogue UK}

Marc Jacobs Resort Accessories on Moda Operandi Today: If you're a member, head to the e-commerce site to get 'em before they're gone! {Moda Operandi}

Alexander Wang's Leather Goods Hit Ebay: Wang's first batch of leather goods--including a wallet, clutch, and bag, will be available to buy on eBay's Fashion Vault next Friday, June 17th for 24 hours only. {Style.com}

Gilt Goes Full-Price: Gilt Groupe has announced a new addition to their company--Park and Bond, a retail site for men that follows the success of flash sale site Gilt MAN. {Refinery 29}