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Must Read: Kate Middleton is Pretty in Pink, Léa Seydoux Stars in New Louis Vuitton Fragrance Campaign

Plus, Beyoncé and Blue Ivy go shopping at Bergdorf’s.
Kate Middleton visits Newquay, United Kingdom. Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

Kate Middleton visits Newquay, United Kingdom. Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

Here are the stories making headlines on Thursday.

Kate Middleton is pretty in pink
The Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to Cornwall on Thursday and looked pretty as can be in a pale pink dress by American designer Lela Rose. (And #blessup, it's currently on sale!) During her time there with Prince William, nearby construction workers seized the moment to snap a "royal selfie" because why not? {Daily Mail}

Léa Seydoux is the face of Louis Vuitton's new perfume campaign
Patrick Demarchelier photographed the French actress in South Africa for a campaign marking the brand's return to the luxury fragrance sphere. The image features Seydoux alongside Rose des Vents, one of seven new fragrances launching later this fall. "Louis Vuitton is about travel, but it's also about dreams," says Seydoux. "Its spirit blends adventure, discovery and emotion." {WWD}

Beyoncé takes Blue Ivy shopping in New York City
Say that five times fast! After winning the MTV VMAs red carpet, Beyoncé is further cultivating Blue's love of fashion with a mother-daughter trip to Bergdorf Goodman. Wearing a flower crown and a pink ruffled dress, Blue Ivy left the department store on Wednesday with no purple shopping bags. But when your mom is the biggest pop star in the world, you can probably arrange for Bergdorf's to messenger purchases to your home. {Daily Mail}

The trailer for the British Vogue documentary is here
"Absolutely Fashion" is set to premiere in just a week, on September 8 on BBC Two, and will give viewers an inside look at Editor-in-Chief Alexandra Shulman's duties as she works with her team to produce the top fashion magazine. Watch the full trailer below. {British Vogue}

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U.S. Customs seize $4.3 million dollars worth of counterfeit Ferragamo
Between this and Alexander Wang's copyright lawsuit, we have to say, it's been a good summer for triumphing over counterfeiters. On Wednesday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials reportedly seized 7,800 pairs of counterfeit Salvatore Ferragamo shoes that totaled an estimated value of $4.3 million dollars. According to officials, the faux designer footwear arrived in Los Angeles in two separate shipments from China on July 20. {WWD}

We're beginning to lose track of Bella Hadid's Vogue covers
The model just landed the September issue cover spot of Vogue Italia, marking her fifth international Vogue cover to date. Hadid's first Vogue appearance was in the Turkish edition of the magazine, and was followed by a blitz of Vogue China and Vogue Japan and alongside Taylor Hill for Vogue Paris. Her cover image, in which she poses on the street in front of a large-scale headshot (of herself), is one in a series of black-and-white photographs lensed by Steven Meisel for the magazine's September issue. {Instagram/@vogueitalia}

Made Gold is launching a pop-up in NYC
Los Angeles denim and ready-to-wear label Made Gold will be hosting its first-ever pop up shop at its New York City showroom during fashion week on Sept. 10, 11, 16, 17 and 18. Founder and designer Marta Goldschmied will be on hand to reveal two new exclusive washes of the brand's cult favorite (and Bella Hadid's favorite) Betty Lace-Up jeans. The brand will also allow shoppers to customize its "Camilla" jacket with vinyl graphics. {Fashionista Inbox}

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