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Ebay and LVMH Settle 8-Year Dispute, Kate Moss for Topshop Goes on Sale

And model Hailey Clauson returns.

Ebay and LVMH have finally settled an eight-year dispute over counterfeit goods sold on the former's site. In a 2008 French court ruling, Ebay was ordered to pay LVMH $63 million in reparations, but the ruling was later overturned. The two parties are not disclosing the financial details of their current agreement. {CBS}

Remember Hailey Clauson, the model who controversially closed Diane von Furstenberg's show when she was just 15 years old and then, even more controversially, was the subject of a lawsuit between Urban Outfitters and her parents over use of one of her photographs? She's baacckk… {WWD}

Although Kate Moss's latest (and heavily marketed) Topshop collection seemed to sell well in the beginning, Topshop is still sitting on a lot of stock. What's left is now 30 percent off. {Topshop

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