Must Read: Net-a-Porter's Net Set App Becomes Public, The World’s Most Googled Beauty Questions

And remembering Carl Apfel, a style icon in his own right
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And remembering Carl Apfel, a style icon in his own right
Poppy Delevingne, Laura Bailey, Chloe Norgaard, Julia Restoin Roitfeld and Nicole Warne mark The Net Set's public launch on the cover of The Edit. Photo: Net-a-Porter.

Poppy Delevingne, Laura Bailey, Chloe Norgaard, Julia Restoin Roitfeld and Nicole Warne mark The Net Set's public launch on the cover of The Edit. Photo: Net-a-Porter.

Net-a-Porter opens The Net Set to the general public
Net-a-Porter’s Net Set app used to be invitation-only, but as of Thursday, anyone can download the shopping and social media app. Users can create their own profiles and explore cool features, and it also allows Net-a-Porter and the designers it carries to get to know their costumers. To mark the public launch of the app, Poppy Delevingne, Laura Bailey, Chloe Norgaard, Julia Restoin Roitfeld and Nicole Warne grace the latest cover of NaP's online magazine, The Edit. {Fashionista Inbox}

Google reveals most-searched beauty questions
Elle partnered with Google to reveal the world's most-searched beauty questions and​ then consulted a panel of leading beauty gurus to answer these queries. Find out what women in France, Brazil, Australia, South Korea, India, Nigeria and the United Arab Emirates want to know. {Elle}

Sean Avery reflects on "bizarre" Vogue internship
Sean Avery's internship at Vogue no doubt helped solidify him as a bona fide fashion insider (though his engagement to Hilary Rhoda probably also helped). But in an interview, he remembers the experience being "bizarre" and basically insinuated that it should be made into "The Devil Wears Prada 2." {Page Six}

Martha Hunt models sustainable denim line
Martha Hunt took off her Victoria's Secret Angel wings to model Lindex's new eco-friendly denim collection, which is made with sustainable fibers made using Jeanologia laser technology. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Kenneth Cole redesigns logo, website
After closing underperforming stores, Kenneth Cole is rethinking its brand identity, targeting a younger consumer, redesigning its logo and website, and opening a new store in NYC's East Village. {WWD}    

Remembering Carl Apfel, a style icon in his own right
Carl Apfel, the partner of "geriatric starlet" Iris Apfel for over six decades, passed away on Aug. 1. In recent years, Iris has become known for her quirky personal style with arms dripping with chunky costume jewelry, but Carl Apfel is also remembered for his penchant for bold colors and prints. {The New York Times}

The color black is almost universally liked
Fashion industry insiders notoriously wear all black as their go-to uniforms. And they're not the only ones. Studies show that the color black is almost universally liked and is most associated with positive qualities. Wanna look intelligent, attractive, and confident? Wear black. {The Independent}