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

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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}

Showrooming has been a threat to brick-and-mortar shops for some time now, and the trend has finally reached the ranks of luxury stores. {WSJ}

French Connnection's sales are up, as is its stock. {Reuters}

Here's Kate Moss looking great in her new Topshop collection. {Grazia}

Jeremy Scott isn't the only one who digs prints inspired by The Simpsons. Joyrich has created a collaboration with the television show for its 25th anniversary. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Oscar de la Renta got a little beachy with its bridal collection, with some bare feet and a bikini. {FabSugar}

Fruit of the Loom's is now selling $70 t-shirts via its new premium line, Seek No Further. {Businessweek}

São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro Fashion Weeks both brought a notably Brazilian brand of exuberance, but the market is still a tricky pitch for many brands. {Business of Fashion