Kate Middleton Due in July, Matthew Williamson's Latest Collab, and Justin Timberlake's New Single Is All About Style

The royal palace announced that Kate Middleton's due date is in July, but there's still no word on the baby's gender. {HuffPo} It sounds like Justin Timberlake is already kicking off a stylish new comeback: "Suit and Tie," the first single from his upcoming album The 20/20 Experience, was released at midnight and includes a verse from Jay-Z about tuxes and Alexander Wang. {US Weekly} A 28-year-old Harvard grad has started a new web site for "our mothers" called Halsbrook.com, with an aim to make women over 40 "chic but not intimidating." {NY Times}
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The royal palace announced that Kate Middleton's due date is in July, but there's still no word on the baby's gender. {HuffPo} It sounds like Justin Timberlake is already kicking off a stylish new comeback: "Suit and Tie," the first single from his upcoming album The 20/20 Experience, was released at midnight and includes a verse from Jay-Z about tuxes and Alexander Wang. {US Weekly} A 28-year-old Harvard grad has started a new web site for "our mothers" called Halsbrook.com, with an aim to make women over 40 "chic but not intimidating." {NY Times}
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The royal palace announced that Kate Middleton's due date is in July, but there's still no word on the baby's gender. {HuffPo}

It sounds like Justin Timberlake is already kicking off a stylish new comeback: "Suit and Tie," the first single from his upcoming album The 20/20 Experience, was released at midnight and includes a verse from Jay-Z about tuxes and Alexander Wang. {US Weekly}

A 28-year-old Harvard grad has started a new web site for "our mothers" called Halsbrook.com, with an aim to make women over 40 "chic but not intimidating." {NY Times}

Florida socialite Maureen Dunkel will auction off some of Princess Diana's gowns, which she originally purchased in 1997 for around $800,000 with proceeds going to charity. This time though, they'll benefit Dunkel's personal debt. Oy. Let's at least hope they go to a more responsible owner! {Hollywood Reporter}

Congrats to Tome, Ian Veraldi, Deborah Pagani and Susan Woo who all took home Ecco Domani awards for emerging talent. {WWD}

Matthew Williamson is teaming up with Italian cashmere company Ballantyne, on a capsule knitwear collection. The line will feature ten men's pieces and ten women's pieces to be presented respectively during Men’s Fashion Week in Paris this month and at 10 Corso Como during Women’s Fashion Week in Milan in February. {WWD}

The London Design Museum announced the fashion finalists for its 2013 Designs of the Year awards, including collections from Prada, Proenza Schouler, and Comme des Garçons. {Telegraph}

The mother-daughter duo behind American knitwear brand St. John are returning to fashion. The two stepped down from their full-times jobs at St. John in 2005 and have since remained on as consultants. Now, they're launching a new casual luxury line called Grayse. {WWD}

For those of you who stayed up all night to watch the royal wedding and are now counting down the days to the due date, here's your chance of a lifetime: Will and Kate are hiring! {Refinery 29}

Can't say we saw this coming: Swatch (makers of those giant wall watches, among other things) has acquired Harry Winston Inc. {WWD}

In case you miss the good old days when you and your childhood BFF could wear matching arts and crafts, look no further, because Brooklyn-based company Tattly now sells temporary friendship bracelet tattoos. {SheFinds}

Tavi Gevinson just shot a spread for the newest issue of V Magazine. Does anyone else see an uncanny resemblance to Taylor Swift? {Instagram}

According to a new study, roughly a quarter of men want women to be banned from sporting cleavage, miniskirts, and even leopard print in the workplace because these styles are "too distracting." {Daily Mail}

France apparently doesn't want him, and now Belgium may not either. LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault, who is migrating to Belgium to avoid the new French tax hikes, is running into some hurdles. {WWD}