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Prince George Sells Sweaters, Michael Kors Wins in Europe, Helena Christensen Does Ombre Lingerie

All the Friday fashion news you need to know.

Photos from Helena Christensen's third collaboration with the lingerie brand Triumph have come out, and the supermodel is, to put it lightly, smoking hot. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

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While Kate Middleton has classy, ladylike dressing on lockdown, Prince Harry's girlfriend, Cressida Bonas, is something of a festival style master. Taking a look back through her best looks, you have to wonder: Will she be able to make the leap to royal dressing if that rumored proposal happens? {FabSugar}

A judge has tossed out a lawsuit filed against Lululemon claiming that the yogawear retailer hid its see-through yoga pants problem from shareholders. {Reuters}

Which nail colors are selling out across the nation? Not the ones you might expect. {Wall Street Journal}

Having starred in a delicious series of short films for Prada Candy, Lea Seydoux is back as the face of a third iteration of the fragrance. {WWD}

How do Brooklyn's resident hipsters feel about the new (massive) Urban Outfitters popping up in their neighborhood? It's a mix. {Complex}

The London-based House of Fraser, valued at $750 million, is selling to China's Sanpower Group. {WWD}

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