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Mary-Kate and Ashley Design First Wedding Dress, Givenchy's CEO Problem, Models Do Dress for Street Style

And Beyonce's tour costumes are getting their very own museum tribute.

Who wouldn't want Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to design her wedding dress? The pair behind The Row designed their first wedding gown and veil for pal Molly Fishkin, who recently got married in Los Angeles. It's lacy, bohemian and absolutely beautiful. {Vogue}

By now, you've probably heard that Marc Jacobs has a new CEO, former Givenchy CEO Sebastian Suhl. That's great news for Jacobs, but not so great news for Givenchy and the house's Creative Director Riccardo Tisci -- the company is now on its fifth CEO in nine years. {New York Times}

The CFDA's board has unanimously voted to extend Diane von Furstenberg's term as president through 2016. The organization also added 30 new members, including Tim Coppens, Carlos Campos, Jonathan Simkhai, Marc Alary and Claire Vivier.{WWD}

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Beyonce's tour costumes are getting their own museum exhibit, because they totally deserve to. {The Cut}

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Model Devon Windsor, who rose to fame after Prada selected her as an exclusive for its spring 2014 show, admits that she plans her off-duty outfits during Fashion Week -- and that she always stops for street style photographers. {The Cut

Compared to their elders, millennials (that's you, babies of the '80s, '90s and early aughts) are much less willing to wait for things to go on sale before they buy. You don't say! {eMarketer}

Yasmin Sewell -- who seemingly has her hands in all facets of the fashion industry, from creative direction to consulting -- is designing a luxe, 18-piece capsule collection for Barneys, available now for pre-order. {WWD}

Escada has a new chief marketing officer, Stephen Croncota, formerly the chief marketing officer of Versace and E! Entertainment Television. {WWD}

Cuteness! Brad Pitt wore a shirt with an illustration of himself and wife Angelina Jolie on it, which was drawn by their daughter Vivienne. {Daily Mail}