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JW Anderson's Big Moves, Nicholas Kirkwood Has Bag Ambitions, ANTM Alum Kim Stolz Wrote A Book

And Nicki Minaj has brought back the pasty.

Seems like that investment from LVMH is paying off for JW Anderson. The label has hired its first CEO, former Diesel and Matthew Williamson exec Simon Whitehouse, and will be launching its own e-commerce site on June 16. That's not to mention converting an old warehouse into some pretty sweet new office space. {Business of Fashion}

Elsewhere in LVMH investments, Nicholas Kirkwood has plans to expand his business beyond footwear into bags and possibly sunglasses and jewelry. Also on the docket? Upping his brand's PR and marketing strategy, which might entail breaking into — gasp — social media. That's right: The designer has a Facebook page but has never visited it. Insanity. {WWD}

Remember Kim Stolz from "America's Next Top Model" cycle 5? She's written a book called "Unfriending My Ex: And Other Things I'll Never Do," all about love in the digital age. Fill in your own zinger about brains and beauty here. {TechCrunch}

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It's official: Kim Kardashian's first Instagram post from her wedding to Kanye West is the most-liked photo in the social media platform's history. {Celebuzz}

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