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Must Read: PFW Attendees Remain Skeptical about Kim Kardashian Robbery, LVMH Buys Majority Stake in Rimowa

Plus, MAC announces a Helmut Newton-inspired collection.
Kim Kardashian at the Givenchy spring 2017 show in Paris. Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

Kim Kardashian at the Givenchy spring 2017 show in Paris. Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines on Tuesday.

"The whole thing sounds made up."
The robbery that allegedly took place at Kim Kardashian's 8th arrondissement residence has somewhat eclipsed the goings-on of Paris Fashion Week, but some industry insiders remain unconvinced of the legitimacy of the crime, or blame the reality star for bringing it upon herself: "She tagged herself there. Criminals can have Instagram too," said one anonymous American editor. "Well, she should stop Instagramming pictures of herself in her hotel bathroom," added another. {The Hollywood Reporter}

Rimowa joins the LVMH group
The stylish luggage maker is the first German brand to join the LVMH cadre of luxury companies. Under the terms of the agreement, Rimowa will sell a majority stake to the LVMH Group, and Rimowa's current CEO, Dieter Morszeck, (grandson of the founder) will work alongside Alexandre Arnault (son of LVMH chairman Bernard Arnault), who will be appointed co-CEO. {Fashionista inbox}

Chiara Ferragni lands yet another magazine cover
The blogger, whose Vogue Mexico cover was released just last week, is appearing on another international fashion glossy, this time clad in Fendi fur (and lots of it) for the October issue of Harper's Bazaar Taiwan. Behold, the power of the blogger-influencer. {Instagram/@harpersbazaar_tw}

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