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Must Read: Lupita Nyong’o, Kate Winslet & More A-Listers Star in Lancôme Ad, Mansur Gavriel Debuts Two New Handbags

And 'China: Through the Looking Glass' is to surpass 'Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty' in attendance.

Actresses reveal their real ages in Lancôme ad
Lancôme asked four of its "ambassadresses" — Penelope Cruz, Lupita Nyong’o, Lily Collins and Kate Winslet — to reveal their real ages, publicized in a new Advanced Génifique campaign, clearly meant to suggest that its new serum works for all ages and skin tones. {Instagram}

The RealReal partners with Neiman Marcus
Frequent flyers on the consignment site The RealReal now have a new option when they sell their used designer goods: getting their cash in the form of a Neiman Marcus gift card, plus an extra 10 percent free. After working with six of the retailer's locations over the last six months, The RealReal is now expanding to 38 Neiman Marcus stores. {Fashionista Inbox}

Mansur Gavriel debuts two new handbags
Mansur Gavriel has introduced the Lady Bag, a satchel with hand and shoulder straps, and the Crossbody, a smaller saddle bag with a round bottom. The brand will restock its e-commerce site next week, after which you will be able to get a Lady Bag, Crossbody, or any other of Mansur Gavriel's signature bags. {

'China' Met exhibit to surpass 'Savage Beauty'
With over 500,000 visitors, 'China: Through the Looking Glass' will probably surpass 'Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty,' The Costume Institute's all-time attendance leader. Interest in the exhibition has been so high that the Met will extend the show's run through Labor Day. {WWD}

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Chinese tourists continue propel growth in luxury market
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Levi’s expands recycling program
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