Must Read: Caitlyn Jenner Explains Versace Look at the ESPYS, Taylor Swift Is Starting a Clothing Line in China

And Miley Cyrus will host the 2015 MTV VMAs.
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And Miley Cyrus will host the 2015 MTV VMAs.

Caitlyn Jenner felt like herself while wearing Versace
Not only did Caitlyn Jenner make a moving speech on LGBT rights while receiving the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at last week's ESPYS, she looked flawless while doing so, wearing a white long-sleeved Atelier Versace gown. Jenner took to her blog to describe the process, what it was like to work with Donatella and how it was like a fantasy of her life came true. {Vogue}

Taylor Swift is selling clothes in China
Online Chinese retailer JD.com is debuting a site, U.S Mail, that will sell "authentic American goods" to Chinese consumers, including a line of Taylor Swift-branded tops and dresses beginning in November (when her tour will stop in Shanghai) along with other products from Nautica, Jeep and Converse. {CNN}

Court throws out Abercrombie & Fitch’s appeal against religious discrimination lawsuit
Samantha Elauf, a teenager who applied for a job at an A&F location in Oklahoma (and subsequently was not hired because of her religious head piece), sued A&F for religious discrimination in 2008 and won. The retailer applied for an appeal, which got thrown out on Tuesday. {WWD}

Miley Cyrus will host the 2015 VMAs
Miley Cyrus continues to make headlines with the VMA’s when she announced on Instagram that she’s hosting this year's awards show. The star received a lot of attention for her 2013 performance with Robin Thicke, wearing a barely-there nude leotard and twerking before a crowd of thousands. We can only imagine what her wardrobe will look like this year. {Page Six}

Uniqlo draws big crowds after sex video goes viral
Last week, footage of a young couple having sex in a fitting room at Uniqlo in Beijing went viral, and since then, the flagship has seen hoards of crowds congregating outside. The video was a huge shock since pornography is illegal in China, but Uniqlo denies any accusations that it was part of a larger marketing stunt. {WWD}

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