Must Read: Duke and Duchess Wear Matching Tracksuits, Burberry Takes Control in Japan

And Khloé Kardashian posed for a very sexy 'Complex' cover.
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And Khloé Kardashian posed for a very sexy 'Complex' cover.
No introduction needed. Photo: Luke MacGregor - WPA Pool/Getty Images

No introduction needed. Photo: Luke MacGregor - WPA Pool/Getty Images

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wore matching outfits
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made an outing sans Prince George this past Sunday to the America’s Cup World Series, looking as adorable as ever sporting matching navy fleece pullovers with their official titles monogrammed on the back. {Elle}

Khloé Kardashian does a sexy cover shoot of her own
Khloé Kardashian's hard work at the gym has paid off — and she wants the world to know. The reality TV star covers Complex magazine this month in a very sexy workout-themed spread, donning Moschino sports bras and mesh bathing suits. In an accompanying interview, she talks about Caitlyn Jenner's transition and filing for divorce from former NBA all-star Lamar Odom in late 2013. {Complex}

North Koreans slowly embrace fashion
In a country so notoriously isolated, fashion has long played an almost nonexistent part of the daily life of North Koreans. And although there are still strict codes about what can be worn — blue jeans are forbidden, for example — women are finding other ways to participate. {Dazed}

Calvin Harris models in his underwear for Emporio Armani
Calvin Harris, musician and other half of Taylor Swift, shared a shot from his upcoming Emporio Armani campaign, in which he wears nothing but a pair of branded briefs. {Instagram}

Burberry takes control of its Japan business
With the end of its 35-year licensing agreement with Sanyo Shokai Ltd., Burberry is regaining control over its business in Japan, where it has seen "exceptional growth" in the last quarter. CEO and Chief Creative Officer Christopher Bailey aims to repair a lack of synergy between the two lower-tiered Burberry brands operated in Japan. {Business of Fashion}

Nordstrom expands the sale of Madewell merchandise
J.Crew may be struggling, but Madewell is on the up and up. Nordstrom customers have responded positively to the brand's wares since Nordstrom began selling them last fall, and the retailer now plans to expand distribution from 15 Nordstrom doors to 30. {WWD}

Tod’s to begin selling ready-to-wear online
Beginning Wednesday, Tod’s will sell it’s men’s and women’s ready-to-wear lines exclusively on Net-a-Porter and Mr. Porter, respectively. Tod’s joins other luxury brands with exclusive partnerships to sell online with the retailer, including Tom Ford and Chanel. {WWD}

Kering hires former Unilever exec as CEO of emerging brands
Starting September 14, Grita Loebsack, former vice president of skincare at Unilever, will take on the role of CEO of Kering's luxury couture and leather goods' emerging brands division, managing a portfolio that includes Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga and Stella McCartney, among others. {WWD}

Alexander McQueen’s armadillo boots sell for $295,000
Three pairs of Alexander McQueen's famous armadillo boots, created by the late designer himself, were auctioned off at Christie’s for a combined $295,000. Proceeds from the sale will go towards UNICEF relief efforts for the earthquake devastation in Nepal. {Footwear News}

Naomi Campbell to guest star in "American Horror Story: Hotel"
Naomi Campbell is the latest celebrity to make a cameo in the dark comedy "American Horror Story: Hotel," guest starring in several episodes this upcoming season as a fashion editor "who pays the ultimate price for her critiques." The season premieres in October, when Campbell will act opposite Lady Gaga and "AHS" regular Angela Basset. {ID Magazine}

Kmart settles trademark lawsuit with Converse
Kmart is the latest brand to reach a settlement deal with Nike-owned Converse, which alleged that Kmart infringed upon some of its iconic trademarked designs. As part of the agreement, the retailer will stop importing and selling the infringed shoe products. {WWD}