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Kim & Kanye Hit Celine, Coca-Cola's Fashion Takeover, The Met's Next Fashion Exhibit

And Kate Moss may or may not be encouraging her little sister to drop out of school.

Clothing stamped with the Coca-Cola logo is nothing new, but the soft drink brand has landing some major collaborations recently, including an upcoming OPI nail polish range, and placements in both Marc Jacobs’s and Ashish’s spring collections. That’s the work of Kate Dwyer, the head of global licensing for Coca-Cola, who has helped build the brand’s fashion cred to this point — and she has no plans for slowing down. {V Magazine}

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West may be in Paris for their ever-looming nuptials, but they did make time for a shopping trip to Céline. Apparently Kim wound up dropping a little north (GET IT?) of $8,000 on a few skirts and a pair of sunglasses from the new collection. Also, there was a lot of sideboob happening. {E!}

The Met’s Costume Institute already has its sights set on a China-themed exhibition for next spring, fitting given that fashion houses like Burberry and Michael Kors are investing heavily in courting the country’s luxury shoppers. A Met spokesperson declined to comment. {WWD}

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