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Must Read:Khloé Kardashian's Fitness Closet Is Nicer Than Yours, Bill Cunningham Wasted No Time After Injury

And Gap taps top models for fall.
Model Caroline Trentini in Gap's fall ad campaign. Photo: Gap

Model Caroline Trentini in Gap's fall ad campaign. Photo: Gap

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Wednesday.

Gap debuts model-studded fall campaign
Once again, Gap enlisted several top models for its fall campaign, shot by Mikael Jasson, including Caroline Trentini, Andreea Diaconu, Liu Wen, Karolin Wolter, Aya Jones and Angel Rutto, who showcase the brand’s classic takes on denim and casual wear. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Cos to open four more U.S. stores this year
H&M's cool big sister, Cos, is expanding to four more U.S. locations before the end of the year. In addition to the brand's existing stores in downtown Manhattan and L.A., Cos is planning to open a second store in New York City, on 5th Avenue near the city's famous Public Library; at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, Calif.; on Newbury Street in Boston; and in the River Oaks District in Houston, Texas.

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Bill Cunningham injured in bike fall
The New York Times's intrepid, 86-year old style photographer, Bill Cunningham, took a spill on his bike, leaving him with a broken kneecap and a cast on his right leg when he appeared opening night at the Mostly Mozart Festival on Tuesday — wearing also, of course, his signature blue jacket and a smile. {The Cut}

Khloé Kardashian’s fitness closet is nicer than your regular closet
Most of us dream of a walk-in closet, but Khloé Kardashian's walk-in fitness closet takes things to a whole new level. We're talking about artfully arranged Nike headbands on suede-lined shelves, people. {Self}

Melissa McCarthy debuts fashion line
Actress Melissa McCarthy has always had a penchant for fashion (she attended FIT before starting stand-up comedy) and is now making it a reality with her first line, Seven7, which runs from sizes four to 28. {Vogue}

Global retail e-commerce sales expected to grow 25 percent this year
Retail sales from e-commerce sites are forecast to grow 25 percent to $1.67 trillion in 2015, driven by big gains in China and the rest of Asia. Overall, global retail sales are expected to grow 6.3 percent to $22.8 trillion this year. {WWD}

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen might reprise their role on "Full House"
Fans of '90s sitcom "Full House" were bummed to hear Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen wouldn’t return for the Netflix remake. But in a pleasant turn of events, Netflix's chief content officer says the fashion twins are still "teetering on whether or not they’ll be around." The gang certainly wouldn’t be the same without ‘em. {Us Weekly}