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Must Read: Behind the Scenes of Beyonce's Formation Tour Wardrobe, Alessandra Ambrosio & Adriana Lima Will Be Olympic Correspondents

Plus, Kim Kardashian is keynoting the #BlogHer16 conference in Los Angeles.

These are the stories making headlines on Wednesday.

Get a behind-the-scenes look at Beyoncé's Formation tour costumes
From the visual album to the ensuing arena tour, "Lemonade" (you might have heard of it) has been a streaming source of fashion and beauty inspo. And in a new video shared to Bey's Facebook page, costume designer Marni Senofonte takes us through the inspiration and collaborations with designers including Givenchy, Balmain and Zana Bayne. {Facebook/Beyoncé}

Noah is offering full refunds to Trump supporters
NYC-based menswear retailer Noah took to Instagram to publicly announce its anti-Donald Trump stance, and it's quite literally putting its money where its mouth is: "We don't support his brand of madness. It's an embarrassment that he is even an option as candidate for president," reads a caption posted to the brand’s Instagram account. "For those of you in the comments who said you feel strongly enough to not shop with or support us, we will gladly accept your Noah merchandise back for a full refund." {Instagram/@noahclothing}

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From the Victoria Secret runway to the Rio Olympics
Rumored Victoria's Secret Angel retirees Alessandra Ambrosio and Adriana Lima have been tapped as NBC’s food & culture correspondents for the forthcoming summer olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In addition to being two of the most successful models to come from Brazil (along with Gisele), they apparently share a love of sports. {People}

Kim Kardashian to keynote #BlogHer16 conference in Los Angeles
Just a day after it was announced that Kim Kardashian is set to produce a reality competition show for beauty bloggers, the reality star secured another blogging-centric gig: She'll be the keynote speaker at the #BlogHer16 conference on Aug. 5 in Los Angeles. During the address, Kardashian will reportedly discuss "how she became one of the world’s most recognizable women and a pop-culture phenomenon as well as what drives her as an entrepreneur." {WWD}

LVMH's Delphine Arnault on discovering new talent
Delphine Arnault has lead the charge when it comes to bringing new designers into the LVMH fold, both by placing them in established fashion houses and creating the annual LVMH Prize. In a lengthy interview, the daughter of LVMH founder Bernard Arnault spoke at length on why she thinks the consumer is in charge, growing up in a fashion family and what it means to be a fashion designer today. {032c

Fashion addresses the needs of the disabled and displaced

According to Vanessa Friedman, fashion’s newest frontier looks to address the unique sartorial needs of the disabled and displaced. MagnaReady produces easy-to-close shirts with magnetic closures in place of buttons, while the two most recent recipients of Parsons' designer of the year award — 2015's Lucy Jones and this year's Angela Luna — both designed thesis collections for people in wheelchairs and refugees, respectively.  {The New York Times

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