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Must Read: Kylie Jenner To Launch Limited-Edition Cosmetics Collection, Hanne Gaby Odiele Gets Married

Plus, why Dutch Fashion has bought a minority stake in Ayr.

These are the stories making headlines on Monday.

Kylie Jenner is celebrating her birthday with... more Kylie Cosmetics
In a series of snaps from this weekend, Jenner revealed a new lineup of limited-edition additions to her Kylie Cosmetics range, all decked out in flashy gold packaging. In addition to expanded range of "metal" shades of her Kylie Lip Kit, there are some new products, too, including a bronze gel "Kyliner" (see: "Kyshadow") and cream eye-shadows pots. The new stuff drops today at 3 p.m. and is available until August 10, her 19th birthday. Pricing info can be found summarized in this very succinct Tweet. {Instagram/@kyliejenner}

Hanne Gaby Odiele ties the knot in custom Balenciaga
The model wed her longtime boyfriend John Swiatek in a cozy ceremony in upstate New York this weekend, with friends Anna Ewers, Alana Zimmer and Jacquelyn Jablonski (to name a few) in her wedding party. As for the dress, Odiele wore a custom Balenciaga by Alexander Wang ensemble. (But would we have expected her in strapless tulle? Never.) Congrats to the happy couple! {Vogue UK}

Dutch Fashion buys minority stake in Ayr
Dutch Fashion, LLC has invested in women's contemporary label Ayr. According to Ayr CEO and founder, Maggie Winter, the brand had been looking to "grow quickly," hence teaming up with the conglomerate. "It was very important to partner with a like-minded retailer," said Winter. "Dutch's portfolio of brands, especially Equipment, have an elevated, elemental, enduring aesthetic [similar to Ayr] and they they take a long-term view of their brands. They've built global businesses." {WWD}

Céline Dion plays "This or That" with
Vêtements hoodie or Balenciaga dress? Justin Bieber or Justin Trudeau? Canadian songbird/current fashion icon Céline Dion answers those questions and more in Vogue's fire-round video, below. {Vogue}

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