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Must Read: Anna Wintour Wears a Bathrobe for Mario Testino, Ellen DeGeneres's Lifestyle Site Is Selling Out

And Escada's CEO is stepping down.

Gigi Hadid's MaxMara campaign is here
After releasing a few shots from Gigi Hadid's fall campaign in June, MaxMara has given us the rest of the goods. Check out Hadid pouting, gently tugging at her collar and persistently tilting her head upward while wearing very soft-looking fabrics. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Nicky Hilton marries in Valentino
Haute Couture wasn't the only event that brought out the most decadent of Valentino gowns this week. Nicky Hilton got hitched in London, wearing a long-sleeved dress made by the Italian fashion house. {Elle}

Ellen DeGeneres's lifestyle brand is already selling out
Behold the power of celebrity — and, potentially, the redemption of Chris Burch, Ellen DeGeneres's business partner for her new lifestyle brand. Just 24 hours after ED by Ellen DeGeneres went live, the apparel, accessories and home site had sold out a number of its products, with 300,000 users registered. {WWD}

Anna Wintour poses sans sunglasses, proper clothing
Mario Testino's ongoing "Towel Series" isn't exactly news at this point, but his latest subject for the project is a rather notable one: Anna Wintour, looking relatively relaxed in a cozy white bathrobe. Much better than the usual black and white images of models wearing towels on their heads/strategically covering the important bits. {Instagram}

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Gisele Bündchen and Florence Welch join Cher on the cover of Love 14
In June, Katie Grand shared a sneak preview of Love issue 14, featuring the back of Cher's head. Of course, that couldn't be the end of it — Katie Grand is, after all, the woman who teased out Marc Jacobs's latest campaign for a solid month. Also on the cover of issue 14, titled "The Talents," we've got Gisele Bündchen, Carolyn Murphy, Mia Goth and Florence Welch. So far. {Fashion Copious}

Fabletics pushes offline
Elsewhere in celebrity lifestyle brands, Kate Hudson's activewear line Fabletics is preparing to stake its claim on the brick-and-mortar world. Two locations in Columbia and New Jersey will open in early September, followed by another four stores in Canoga Park, Calif., Delaware, Saint Louis and Cincinnatti. {WWD}

Escada's CEO is stepping down
Glenn McMahon has announced that he is stepping down as chief executive of Escada for "personal reasons." Chief Operating Officer Jörg Wahlers will take up McMahon's duties while the company finds a new CEO, the search for which is already underway. McMahon's last day is July 31. {WWD}

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