Kate Upton Covers Vogue Again, Billy Reid and Coach Collab, and Wal-Mart Drops Paula Deen

Kate Upton brings smokey-eyed glamour to her third Vogue cover of the year, lensed by Henrique Gendre for the magazine's Brazil edition. {Fashion Gone Rogue} Wal-Mart is the latest retailer to drop Paula Deen. The megastore has announced that it will stop carrying its line of Deen-branded products, a week after the Southern celebrity chef's controversial confession to using racial slurs. {WWD} Speaking of Southerners, Coach has teamed up with Alabama-based designer Billy Reid for a capsule collection of men's and women's bags and accessories, set to launch in September. {WWD} Would you wear your friend's face on a t-shirt? Rihanna and Cara Delevingne seem to be into it. {Grazia}
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Kate Upton brings smokey-eyed glamour to her third Vogue cover of the year, lensed by Henrique Gendre for the magazine's Brazil edition. {Fashion Gone Rogue} Wal-Mart is the latest retailer to drop Paula Deen. The megastore has announced that it will stop carrying its line of Deen-branded products, a week after the Southern celebrity chef's controversial confession to using racial slurs. {WWD} Speaking of Southerners, Coach has teamed up with Alabama-based designer Billy Reid for a capsule collection of men's and women's bags and accessories, set to launch in September. {WWD} Would you wear your friend's face on a t-shirt? Rihanna and Cara Delevingne seem to be into it. {Grazia}
Vogue Brazil, July 2013

Vogue Brazil, July 2013

Kate Upton brings smokey-eyed glamour to her third Vogue cover of the year, lensed by Henrique Gendre for the magazine's Brazil edition. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Wal-Mart is the latest retailer to drop Paula Deen. The megastore has announced that it will stop carrying its line of Deen-branded products, a week after the Southern celebrity chef's controversial confession to using racial slurs. {WWD}

Speaking of Southerners, Coach has teamed up with Alabama-based designer Billy Reid for a capsule collection of men's and women's bags and accessories, set to launch in September. {WWD}

Would you wear your friend's face on a t-shirt? Rihanna and Cara Delevingne seem to be into it. {Grazia}

Let the hunt for fakes begin! US and EU authorities seized 328 domain names that are linked to websites selling counterfeit designer goods yesterday. {WWD}

Major US retailers, including Gap and Wal-Mart, are close to finalizing an agreement for a $50 million, five-year fund to improve safety conditions in Bangladesh factories. {Wall Street Journal}

In other Bangladesh news, the Obama administration plans to suspend Bangladesh's trade privileges until the country's safety concerns are addressed. {New York Times}

Blake Lively plays the role of unofficial stylist for hubby Ryan Reynolds. {Vogue UK}

China can't get enough of Chanel. According to the World Luxury Index, the French fashion house is the most coveted brand in the country. Louis Vuitton who? {HuffPo}

Kidult isn't the first graffiti artist who's placed his tag on fashion. Here's a brief history of fashion-graffiti artist collabs. {NYLON Blogs}

Kim Kardashian can keep the baby weight as far as Kanye West is concerned. According to a "source," the rapper is "not really tripping" on his baby mama's pregnancy weight because "[he] likes thick women with a fat [butt]." {Hollywood Life}

And on the royal baby mama's end: Kate Middleton is reportedly "really enjoying her final weeks of pregnancy" as she nears her expected due date on July 11. {US Weekly}

Too hot and humid to think up an outfit? Your summer style will be a no-brainer with this summer dress guide. {SheFinds}