Prince George Sells Sweaters, Michael Kors Wins in Europe, Helena Christensen Does Ombre Lingerie

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Photos from Helena Christensen's third collaboration with the lingerie brand Triumph have come out, and the supermodel is, to put it lightly, smoking hot. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

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While Kate Middleton has classy, ladylike dressing on lockdown, Prince Harry's girlfriend, Cressida Bonas, is something of a festival style master. Taking a look back through her best looks, you have to wonder: Will she be able to make the leap to royal dressing if that rumored proposal happens? {FabSugar}

A judge has tossed out a lawsuit filed against Lululemon claiming that the yogawear retailer hid its see-through yoga pants problem from shareholders. {Reuters}

Which nail colors are selling out across the nation? Not the ones you might expect. {Wall Street Journal}

Having starred in a delicious series of short films for Prada Candy, Lea Seydoux is back as the face of a third iteration of the fragrance. {WWD}

How do Brooklyn's resident hipsters feel about the new (massive) Urban Outfitters popping up in their neighborhood? It's a mix. {Complex}

The London-based House of Fraser, valued at $750 million, is selling to China's Sanpower Group. {WWD}

Four eyed girls have a tougher time of it when it comes to eye makeup (sorry, it's true). These are the seven mistakes to avoid. {SHEfinds}

Michael Kors continues to crush it, this time edging out European brands on their home turf. {Businessweek}

With Chinese consumers interested in European brands, Shanghai Tang, China's original luxury label, is struggling to move away from its heritage. {China Economic Review}

Anna Wintour attended a screening of Steve Coogan's "Alan Partridge" in New York where people were... drinking out of plastic cups. She reportedly liked the flick though. {Page Six}

Instagram promoted posts aren't totally mainstream just yet, but Ralph Lauren has taken the plunge. {Luxury Daily}

Weight fluctuation and other closet-cleaning concerns: Here's how to do spring cleaning right. {Refinery29}

From the Opening Ceremony of Reykjavik to the best coffee spot for hipster watching, here's the fashionable girl's guide to Iceland. {Nylon}

With a growing business in Japan -- and Asia more broadly -- Kate Spade has opened a new flagship in the country's Ginza district. {WWD}

Nordstrom and Saks have realized that their off-price branches could be big business, with the former scheduled to open nearly 100 Nordstrom Rack stores in the next two years. {WWD}