Fashion News Roundup: Kate Middleton Is Going To Be Homeless for a Night, Arizona Muse Channels Elvis for Isabel Marant, and Michael Kors Cracks Down on Counterfeiters

From princess to pauper? Kate Middleton says she'll sleep on the gritty streets of London to raise awareness and aid for the city's homeless. {People} Emma Stone looked breathtaking (again) at the LA premiere of Spiderman. The girl just keeps getting better and better! {Fabsugar} Anja Rubik talks about her new fashion erotica mag 25 and why she declined to do the Pirelli calendar with Terry Richardson. {The Cut} Marion Cotillard is the cover girl for this month's WSJ magazine and she looks good. From the gothic make-up to the slicked-back hair and waist-defining dresses, we're drooling. {WSJ Magazine}
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From princess to pauper? Kate Middleton says she'll sleep on the gritty streets of London to raise awareness and aid for the city's homeless. {People} Emma Stone looked breathtaking (again) at the LA premiere of Spiderman. The girl just keeps getting better and better! {Fabsugar} Anja Rubik talks about her new fashion erotica mag 25 and why she declined to do the Pirelli calendar with Terry Richardson. {The Cut} Marion Cotillard is the cover girl for this month's WSJ magazine and she looks good. From the gothic make-up to the slicked-back hair and waist-defining dresses, we're drooling. {WSJ Magazine}
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From princess to pauper? Kate Middleton says she'll sleep on the gritty streets of London to raise awareness and aid for the city's homeless. {People}

Emma Stone looked breathtaking (again) at the LA premiere of Spiderman. The girl just keeps getting better and better! {Fabsugar}

Anja Rubik talks about her new fashion erotica mag 25 and why she declined to do the Pirelli calendar with Terry Richardson. {The Cut}

Marion Cotillard is the cover girl for this month's WSJ magazine and she looks good. From the gothic make-up to the slicked-back hair and waist-defining dresses, we're drooling. {WSJ Magazine}

Vogue Italia is always at the forefront of progressive fashion and ideas, and the magazine's July cover is no exception. We've got two words for you: gothic swingers. {Vogue Italia}

Isabel Marant campaigns always feature the coolest of the cool girls, so we're not too surprised to see that Arizona Muse will again be starring in the ads this fall. We were surprised, however, to see her sporting a pompadour. {Design Scene}

Street style may have taken the internet by storm, but it is by no means a new concept. Peep these early 20th century French street scenes for some elegant Edwardian ensembles. {Flavorwire}

Hasidic Jews, who wear dark layers year-round, may look overdressed and overheated during the summertime, but they have special clothes with strategic vents to stay cool without being overexposed. {NY Times}

The Oscars are finally recognizing movie hairdressers with the newly named "Makeup and Hairstyling Award." {Hollywood Reporter}

Recently named as UN Ambassador, Vogue Italia EIC Franca Sozzani is already garnering support for her Fashion 4 Development, or F4D, campaign to promote the creation of fashion businesses in Africa. {WWD, Sub Req.}

The war against counterfeiters continues, this time with Michael Kors cracking down on websites selling goods bearing his name and logo. {WWD, Sub Req.}

Shoe wizard Manolo Blahnik will be given an honorary degree by Bath Spa University for his contributions to design and fashion. {Telegraph}