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Must Read: Donna Karan Gives Emotional Parting Interview, Eva Longoria Is Starting a Clothing Line

And Carolina Herrera has launched a mix-and-match fragrance collection.
Donna Karan at her 30th anniversary show. Photo: JP Yim/Getty Images

Donna Karan at her 30th anniversary show. Photo: JP Yim/Getty Images

Eva Longoria is launching a clothing line
Award-winning actress (and secretly accomplished seamstress) Eva Longoria is launching her first womenswear line, consisting of dresses, workwear and casual sportswear. The line is set to launch fall 2016 with Sunrise Brands, the company also responsible for launching Melissa McCarthy’s first clothing line. {WWD}

Carolina Herrera debuts mix and match fragrance line
Carolina Herrera is releasing a collection of six perfumes and four essential oils meant to be mixed and matched, just as the designer herself loves to do. {Vogue}

Michael Bastian wins lawsuit against trademarking in China
After a five-year-long battle, menswear designer Michael Bastian has won what may be a landmark case against unlawful trademarking in China. {WWD}

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