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Must Read: Kim Kardashian Covers 'Vogue España' Makeup-Free, Versus Versace to Show at London Fashion Week

And Louis Vuitton is phasing out its iconic Takashi Murakami-designed monogram collection.

Kim Kardashian covers Vogue España 
Kim Kardashian shows a softer side on the August cover of Vogue España. Most recently shot by Terry Richardson for the provocative July cover of Rolling Stone, this editorial shows a different side of the star, with minimal makeup and styling. Look out for the issue when it hits newsstands on June 21. {Instagram}

Versus to show in London for spring 2016
It looks like London is getting a sexy addition to its fashion calendar: Anthony Vaccarello is moving the Versus Versace show to London Fashion Week for the first time this September. {WWD}

Louis Vuitton is ending its Murakami collaboration
Louis Vuitton will discontinue its Takashi Murakami-designed Multicolore monogram collection, the longest lasting of the label’s many collaborations with the Japanese artist. The partnership debuted at the brand’s spring 2003 show under Marc Jacobs, and there's no word as to whether this is a direct result of Nicolas Ghesquière's taking over as creative director of the house. {WWD}

Valentino releases its fall 2015 campaign
For its fall 2015 campaign, Valentino once again teamed up with young photographer Michal Pudelka, who shot models Grace Hartzel, Harleth Kuusik, Ine Neefs and Maartje Verhoef in his native Slovakia. Unfortunately, Derek Zoolander and Hansel make no appearances as they did in Valentino's show in March. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

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