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Kate Upton Wants Smaller Boobs, Fruit of the Loom Gets Fancier, Haider Ackermann Considers Couture

Definitive proof that even supermodels have insecurities.

Apparently less abundant cleavage ranks on Kate Upton's wishlist. So it seems the grass is always greener. {The Sun via Radar}

In honor of "Mad Men" back in all its swinging '60s glory, we give you a Megan Draper-inspired makeup tutorial. {Huffington Post}

If you don't know Delphine Arnault yet, get to know her now. The eldest child of Bernard Arnault is rising through the ranks at LVMH. {WWD}

Neiman Marcus CEO Karen Katz talks growth strategy... in bullet point format. {WWD}

Haider Ackermann has his eyes on the prize, and by prize, we mean a couture collection. {Vogue UK}

Nanjing, the Chinese department store chain, has acquired House of Fraser for $804 million. NBD. {WWD}

"Calm" and "strong" were Iris van Herpen's requirements for the models who got shrink wrapped at her latest runway show. That makes sense, since they were shrink wrapped. {The Cut}

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