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Must Read: The CFDAs Get Political, a Glimpse of Zayn x Versus

Plus, Khloé Kardashian's ex-friend stole from her — and everyone thinks it's Monica Rose.
Gloria Steinem, Cecile Richards and Janelle Monáe

Gloria Steinem, Cecile Richards and Janelle Monáe at the CFDA Awards. Photo: Jamie McCarthy/WireImage

The CFDA Awards get political
Monday night's annual CFDA Awards had a decidedly political overtone, with several honorees referencing the impact immigrants have had on America's fashion industry and touching on the topics of climate change and women's rights. In addition to the awards presented for achievement in fashion, feminist icon Gloria Steinem, Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards and activist Janelle Monáe all received the Board of Directors' Tribute for their work on the Women’s March in Washington last January. {Business of Fashion}

Zayn x Versus is imminent 
Sexy, moody, music man Zayn Malik unveiled a seconds-long preview video for his upcoming collaboration with Versus, expected to drop June 19. {Instagram}

Was Khloé Kardashian's thieving friend... Monica Rose?
"What would you do if you found out a friend was stealing from you? Would you cut off the friendship and let God handle it? Or would you go the legal route?" That's the question Khloé Kardashian asked Twitter over the weekend. Naturally, her followers connected the question to stylist Monica Rose, with whom Kardashian and krew recently had a very public fallout. The plot thickens... {TMZ

Soko Glam brings K-beauty to Bloomingdale's
K-beauty company Soko Glam is launching a pop-up in Bloomingdale's in NYC's SoHo neighborhood. Opening June 10, the shop-with-a-shop will offer visitors the chance to experience and discover some of Korea's best and most innovative beauty brands and products in person. {Fashionista inbox}

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