Must Read: More Images from Karlie's Versace Campaign, Chanel Gets Defensive about the Number '5'

And MAC will open its first makeup studio.
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And MAC will open its first makeup studio.
Karlie Kloss pouts for Versace's fall 2015 campaign. Photo: Versace

Karlie Kloss pouts for Versace's fall 2015 campaign. Photo: Versace

Versace releases more of its blonde model-filled fall campaign
After a few images of Karlie Kloss, Caroline Trentini and Lexi Bolling came out in June, Versace's full fall 2015 campaign, photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggot, is here. On a set filled with scaffolding, the women wear ultra-bright looks including one very fluffy green coat. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Chanel is very protective of the number five
A small Austrian chocolate company named “Chocolate @ No.5” bumped up against the French fashion house when it tried to register its name as a trademark. Chanel filed a cease and desist letter requesting the chocolate shop abandon all uses of the number 5 in its name or branding. The shop withdrew its trademark paperwork and rejiggered the logo — but the number "5" remains prominent. {Sydney Morning Herald via The Fashion Law}

Vera Wang hires figure skater Evan Lysacek as a creative consultant
The retired Olympic figure skater befriended Wang when she designed the black, leather-trimmed sequined leotard he wore at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Wang declined to comment on the news so it's unclear how he will be advising her. {WWD}

The Army got a new camouflage print
After four years of research and development, the United States Army has approved a new camouflage print to replace the green and tan pattern used since 2004. The new print has blobs instead of pixels, darker colors and is designed to be usable in all terrains. Given the prominence of camo in civilian fashion, it will be interesting to see if the new print trickles down to the runways. {The New York Times}

The Miss USA Pageant will air on cable 
The yearly television event, which was heretofore aired as a joint venture between Donald Trump and NBCUniversal, was dumped by the network after Trump made repeated inflammatory remarks about immigrants while promoting his presidential bid. The cable channel Reelz has picked up the rights to the telecast, which is scheduled for July 12. Univision was supposed to air the pageant as well but it too cancelled those plans — Trump responded by filing a $500 million lawsuit. {The Hollywood Reporter}

MAC to open first makeup studio in Manhattan
The cosmetics company is two weeks away from opening a 950-square-foot space on 63rd and Lexington offering makeup services by appointment seven days a week. A winged liner application, for example, costs $15 and takes 15 minutes. {The New York Times}