Fashion News Roundup: A Marilyn Monroe Photo Exhibition, A Kardashian Divorce SNL Spoof and Kanye West and Chanel Iman Aren't Dating

Marilyn Monroe Photo Exhibition At Milk This Week Only: On November 10-12, Milk Studios is holding a 62-photo exhibition of Monroe that traces her transformation from coy child to bombshell. It includes iconic images as well as never-before-seen shots, such as a stunning shot of her in this backless Dior just six weeks before she died. Think of it as your My Week With Marilyn preview. {WWD subscription required} Watch: SNL's Hilarious Kardashian Wedding Spoof: This is the best thing, ever. SNL parodied the Kardashian-Humphries divorce, with Kristen Wiig as an attention-whore Kris Jenner and Andy Samberg as a caveman Kris Humphries. Go. Now. {Hulu} Chanel Iman and Kanye Are NOT Dating: Iman told Us Weekly, "Rumors are rumors. Everyone's going to have something to say," claiming they're "just friends." Boo. That was a fun rumor while it lasted. {The Cut}
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Marilyn Monroe Photo Exhibition At Milk This Week Only: On November 10-12, Milk Studios is holding a 62-photo exhibition of Monroe that traces her transformation from coy child to bombshell. It includes iconic images as well as never-before-seen shots, such as a stunning shot of her in this backless Dior just six weeks before she died. Think of it as your My Week With Marilyn preview. {WWD subscription required} Watch: SNL's Hilarious Kardashian Wedding Spoof: This is the best thing, ever. SNL parodied the Kardashian-Humphries divorce, with Kristen Wiig as an attention-whore Kris Jenner and Andy Samberg as a caveman Kris Humphries. Go. Now. {Hulu} Chanel Iman and Kanye Are NOT Dating: Iman told Us Weekly, "Rumors are rumors. Everyone's going to have something to say," claiming they're "just friends." Boo. That was a fun rumor while it lasted. {The Cut}
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Marilyn Monroe Photo Exhibition At Milk This Week Only: On November 10-12, Milk Studios is holding a 62-photo exhibition of Monroe that traces her transformation from coy child to bombshell. It includes iconic images as well as never-before-seen shots, such as a stunning shot of her in this backless Dior just six weeks before she died. Think of it as your My Week With Marilyn preview. {WWD subscription required}

Watch: SNL's Hilarious Kardashian Wedding Spoof: This is the best thing, ever. SNL parodied the Kardashian-Humphries divorce, with Kristen Wiig as an attention-whore Kris Jenner and Andy Samberg as a caveman Kris Humphries. Go. Now. {Hulu}

Chanel Iman and Kanye Are NOT Dating: Iman told Us Weekly, "Rumors are rumors. Everyone's going to have something to say," claiming they're "just friends." Boo. That was a fun rumor while it lasted. {The Cut}

Condé Nast Comes To Hollywood: Their entertainment division feels there are "a lot of movie and TV stars" at 4 Times Square and is opening an L.A. production office to, presumably, make more movies about editors and magazines. Can Anna Dello Russo have her own show? or André Leon Talley? The possibilities are absurdly good. {WWD subscription required}

Is A Dutch Vogue In the Works? A forum on The Fashion Spot translated a Dutch newspaper that says negotiations for a Dutch Vogue are under way and the new head might be Dutch Glamour EIC Karin Swerink, who is leaving her post there. She told the paper, "Who wouldn't want that? But it's not official yet so I can't confirm anything." Sounds promising! {The Fashion Spot}

Hailey Clausen and Anja Rubik Cover i-D's Winter Issue: The latest i-D features one famous mega model and one slightly controversial child model. Though congrats are in order for Clauson's first cover. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Happy Birthday Emma Stone! Our favorite redhead (who also shines as a blonde or brunette, to our immense jealousy) is 24 today. Here are some of her best red carpet looks. FabSugar}

Famous Album Covers Improved By Kittens: In case you haven't seen it yet, someone Photoshopped kittens into a ton of famous rock albums and, we have to say, they're way better than the originals. {Paper}