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News Brief: Kim Kardashian Channels Marilyn Monroe for 'Vogue' Brazil, Barneys Releases Shopping App

And DVF, Vera Wang and Tory Burch are among America's richest self-made women.

Kim Kardashian channels Marilyn Monroe on Vogue Brazil cover
Kim K's platinum blonde hair may have lasted approximately five minutes, but at least we’ll have it immortalized on the latest cover of Vogue Brazil. The reality star, styled to look uncannily like Marilyn Monroe, announced the cover on her Instagram with a punchy video set to (her husband) Kanye West’s song “All Day.” {Instagram}

Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss pose for Mango
The British fashion duo has done it again. After pairing up for the “My Burberry” fragrance campaign last fall, Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss appear together in white tees and denim for Mango’s fall campaign. And yes, the shoot bears more than a passing resemblance to their joint Burberry ad. {Fashionista}

Barneys releases a mobile shopping app
Barneys has launched its first iPhone app, giving customers ready access to the full Barneys shopping experience on their smartphones. Fueled, a mobile development and design firm, helped create the new app and it's now available for download on all iOS devices. {Fashionista inbox}

Diane Von Furstenberg and Tory Burch are among Forbes's 50 richest self-made women
On Wednesday, Forbes published its list of the 50 richest women in America, seven of whom built their empires in the apparel industry, including Diane Von Furstenburg, Tory Burch and Vera Wang. {Forbes}

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