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Burberry Shareholders May Protest Christopher Bailey's Pay, First Look at Alexander Wang For H&M, Solange Knowles Covers 'Lucky'

And the Winklevoss twins think modeling agencies should consider paying in Bitcoin. Welcome back to your work week.

Burberry could be dealing with a shareholder revolt this week, as some investors seem to have concerns about the pay package that Christopher Bailey received upon becoming CEO, viewing it as excessive. The brand holds its annual shareholder on Friday, which will give opposing parties the opportunity to express their sentiment via a vote. Stay tuned. {Financial Times}

The first image of Alexander Wang's collaboration with H&M is out, and it's a... tiny pair of AW-embossed boxing gloves on a keychain? Okay. Based on this cryptic clue, we're guessing that Wang's collection will play up the athletic aesthetic that has figured prominently in his main line (a football motif in Spring '10, boxing for Fall '13). That, or it's a dark hint about the fight likely to ensue on the day the collection drops. One of the two. {Twitter

Solange Knowles details her varied sartorial history, which includes detours into Harajuku and Rastafarian looks, in the cover story for Lucky's August issue. She also addresses that whole thing where she attacked her brother-in-law (his name is Jay-Z) in an elevator at the Standard after the Met Ball, noting that "my family and I are all good." Alrighty then, gossip case closed. {Lucky}

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