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Givenchy Campaign Champions Diversity, Oscar de la Renta and John Galliano Are Email Pals, Kim Kardashian Debuts Bikini Body

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Neo-soul singer Erykah Badu fronts Givenchy’s spring campaign, along with models Maria Borges, Riley and Asia Chow -- making this the first of its kind to use women of color exclusively. {Style}

Guess which royal gal wore Kate Middleton's $35 Zara necklace first? {HuffPo}

Miroslava Duma will star in Roger Vivier's "eccentric" spring campaign in a booklet shot by 19-year old photographer Olivia Bee. {WWD}

"It's never over!" John Galliano is officially doing the costumes for a London production of The Importance of Being Ernest -- and he and Oscar de la Renta email every week. {WWD}

Kim Kardashian shows off her post-baby body to the world in an itsy bitsy teenie weenie white bikini just six months after giving birth to Nori. {US Weekly}

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