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Kit Harington for Jimmy Choo, Legal Troubles for Restorsea, Karlie Kloss Credits Oscar de la Renta for Making Her Career

Well, it was either him or those mile-long legs of hers.

Karlie Kloss has penned a short testimonial essay on how Oscar de la Renta made her a supermodel. {The Daily Beast}

Zara parent company Inditex is investing heavily in its future, in the form of a new mega-warehouse. {WSJ}

This seems... fishy. Restorsea, the beauty company Gwyneth Paltrow has been fronting lately, is caught up in a legal battle over "salmon hatching fluid." {New York Daily News}

This video of an artist unraveling $1,000+ designer sweaters is making our souls cry. {Daily Mail}

With Rebekka Bay's tenure as Gap's creative director underway, the brand has selected a new ad agency to continue its image revamping. {Ad Age}

Teen Vogue's Amy Astley makes excellent use of #ThrowbackThursday with some snaps from Lena Dunham's time as her kids' babysitter. {Instagram}

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