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Must Read: Kanye West Throws Fashion Week Into Flux, Kate Middleton Debuts Bangs

And Tory Burch is opening a pop-up store for her new athleticwear label, Tory Sport.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted over the weekend in bangs. But in true Middleton style, they were less risqué, more perfectly chic. Expect copycats to come. {Daily Mail}

Kanye West's second Adidas collection will show on Wednesday — exciting news for everyone except Anne Bowen, who's had to move her show to a different time slot. "We have been prepping for a year for this at considerable financial, labor — and commitment — cost to our company... Kanye knows he is a media sensation and it is just not ethical to do this. It's like we are David and he is Goliath." {WWD}

Last Friday, Givenchy opened its show to 1,200 members of the public — an extremely unusual move for a high-end luxury label. Has Givenchy set a precedent for other labels? Industry experts Vanessa Friedman, Susanna Lau, Robin Givhan, Steven Kolb and Tim Blanks weigh in on the label's latest public act. {Business of Fashion}

Tory Burch will be opening a pop-up shop for her much-anticipated sportswear line at 257 Elizabeth Street on Wednesday. Tory Burch Sport, which will range in price from $55 to $550, will feature activewear clothing, bags, shoes and accessories. {WWD}

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What can we expect from the Kardashian/Jenner sisters' soon-to-be-launched apps? According to Jen Garcia, who's spearheading the editorial content, the apps will reflect each sister's personality. (Think beauty for Kim and dating/sex for Khloe.) And e-commerce will also play a huge role. Basically it's what they're already doing in app form. {WWD}

Bergdorf Goodman has unveiled a new sixth floor, now dubbed the "Modernist Floor," consisting of shops-in-shops, smaller brand installations, a classification boutique and the Lab. The Lab will showcase brands that have been recently introduced to Bergdorfs, including Adam Lippes, Thakoon, Baja East and Zero + Maria Cornejo. {WWD}

Well, it's official. The last United Colors of Benetton store in the U.S. has shuttered its doors. The flagship, located at 601 Fifth Avenue, was sold to a real estate company last month. {Racked NY}

Monthly beauty subscription site Ipsy has raised more than $100 million in the latest round of Series B funding. The four-year-old company, cofounded by beauty blogger Michelle Phan, has been profitable for the past three years and currently has over 1.5 million subscribers. Given that Ipsy raised less than $3 million in the past, president Jennifer Goldfarb commented that "This is a big moment for us." {WWD}

Woodbury Commons Premium Outlets, located in Central Valley, New York, is expected to open three high-end outlet stores within the next six months: Givenchy, Marc Jacobs and Alexander McQueen. The popular outlet center already houses luxury labels Balenciaga, Jimmy Choo, Prada and Versace. {Racked NY}  

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