Must Read: Kanye West and Kim Kardashian Name Their Son Saint West, Patricia Field to Close her Bowery store

Plus, Olivier Rousteing joins "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood."
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Plus, Olivier Rousteing joins "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood."
Olivier Rousteing. Photo: Anthony Harvey/Getty Images

Olivier Rousteing. Photo: Anthony Harvey/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Olivier Rousteing joins "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood"
Following in the footsteps of Karl Lagerfeld, Balmain's Olivier Rousteing will now appear as a character in Kim Kardashian's wildly popular game. There will be 20 women's looks and 10 men's looks from Balmain's fall 2015 collection featured, and players will even have the opportunity to virtually "compete" to become a face of the French fashion house. {WWD}

Cara Delevingne faces backlash for "The Future Is Female" sweatshirt
Not too long after receiving an Otherwild-designed shirt emblazoned with the phrase "The Future Is Female," Cara Delevingne announced on Instagram that she'll be selling them, with proceeds going to Girl Up — an organization that provides programs for adolescent girls in developing countries. Otherwild then took to Instagram to accuse Delevingne of stealing its designs. The comment has since been deleted, although not before screenshots were taken, of course. {Refinery29}

Patricia Field to close her Bowery store
Legendary costume designer Patricia Field announced on Monday that she'll be closing her 4,000-square-foot shop and its website sometime in spring 2016. Field, who won an Emmy in 2002 for her work on "Sex and the City," opened her first store in the West Village in 1966 before moving to 10 E. Eighth St. in 1971 and the store's current Bowery location in 2012.  As for reasons why, the costume designer stated: "I've enjoyed the game... but I'm getting tired, because the store has grown to such a size. I want to open my social life back up, and go to the gym for a swim every day. I can't do normal things anymore, and I'm feeling it." {New York Daily News}

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian named their son "Saint West"
According to People StyleWatch, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have named their son Saint West. (There's no middle name, despite rumors about paying tribute to Kim Kardashian's late father.) Two words: God complex. {People StyleWatch}

The Independent profiles Coach's Stuart Vevers
Coach's Executive Director Stuart Vevers revived public interest in Bottega Veneta, Mulberry and Loewe handbags during his tenure at each label, and now, he's attempting to do the same for Coach with bags like the "Ace" and "Swagger." So far he's seen success, thanks to accessible price points and a re-branding focused on cool girls. {The Independent}

Emilia Clarke graces the cover of Dior magazine
"Game of Thrones" actress Emilia Clarke, who was announced as the new face of Dior's Rose des Vents fine jewelry collection, fronts quarterly magazine Dior in minimal makeup and tousled hair — a very good look for the 29-year-old Brit. {Fashion Gone Rogue}