Rachel Zoe Partners with Jockey Shapewear, Elizabeth Hurley Launches Controversial Bikini Line for Kids and Vanity Fair to Debut in France

Vive la Vanity Fair! The glossy revealed its plans to launch a French version sometime next year. {WWD} Here's a breakdown of how racially diverse the runways were during New York Fashion Week. Hint: It's finally actually improving. {Jezebel}, {Refinery29} Kate and Laura Mulleavy talk designing Rodarte and the costumes for L.A. Philharmonic. {Styleite}
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Vive la Vanity Fair! The glossy revealed its plans to launch a French version sometime next year. {WWD} Here's a breakdown of how racially diverse the runways were during New York Fashion Week. Hint: It's finally actually improving. {Jezebel}, {Refinery29} Kate and Laura Mulleavy talk designing Rodarte and the costumes for L.A. Philharmonic. {Styleite}
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Vive la Vanity Fair! The glossy revealed its plans to launch a French version sometime next year. {WWD}

Here's a breakdown of how racially diverse the runways were during New York Fashion Week. Hint: It's finally actually improving. {Jezebel}, {Refinery29}

Kate and Laura Mulleavy talk designing Rodarte and the costumes for L.A. Philharmonic. {Styleite}

Elizabeth Hurley designed some teeny tiny bikinis for kids, and peeps are pretty perturbed, calling it "disturbing" and "inappropriate." Ouch. {HuffPo}

Police shut down Cole Haan's Fashion Week party and one of the event organizers spent the night in jail. And now we're kind of regretting not attending. {New York Post}

Rachel Zoe curated a collection of shapewear for Jockey under the moniker "Preferred by Rachel Zoe." Though we sort of doubt the super slim stylist needs any for herself... {SheFinds}

Primer for you hair? Yup, it's not just for you face anymore. {SheFinds}