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  • Miranda Kerr's manager has denied a rumor that she and Orlando Bloom are headed for divorce. [The Sun]
  • Karlie Kloss wears a chain-mail dress from Yves Saint Laurent's Stefano Pilati era on the cover of Vogue Japan's September 2012 issue. [Design Scene]
  • Pierre Bergé, formerly Yves Saint Laurent's business partner, has just signed on to lead the steering committee of the newly formed Maison du Prêt à Porter Féminin et des Accessoires. The body will "foster dialogue between all fashion and accessories professionals." [WWD]
  • Anna Wintour is said to be hosting another fundraising dinner for President Obama's reelection campaign. Wintour will reportedly host the party with Harvey Weinstein in Greenwich, CT, on Aug. 6, and guests will have to donate $35,800 apiece to the campaign. [Page Six]
  • Rachel Roy could never find long-enough jeans to wear when she was younger, so she covered her ankles with "white scrunchy socks. I really hope there's no pictures of those anywhere," she says. [Racked]
  • Nicole Richie's upcoming collaboration with Macy's INC doesn't shy away from prints or from mixing masculine and feminine elements. [Catwalk Queen]
  • Crimes of fashion do not pay. A judge fined Linda and Courtney Allen — a mother and daughter who live in Syosset, NY — $44 million for advertising and selling fake Coach products online. [Refinery29]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Fairchild Fashion Media, the company that owns WWD and, announced today that it has acquired Fashion Networks International LLC, which owns NowManifest. The site plays host to blogs written by Bryanboy, Anna Dello Russo, Elin Kling, and Derek Blasberg, among others. [Fashion Etc.]
  • Kristen Stewart wears both men's and women's clothing in the June issue of Elle. In one photo, she plays both a man in a tailored Balenciaga suit and a woman in a Tom Ford crocodile bustier. [Elle]
  • Jean Paul Gaultier took his first trip to China this week for a presentation of his Fall 2012 ready-to-wear and couture collections. The show drew a crowd of almost a thousand people. Gaultier joins Dior, Chanel, Burberry, and other European brands that have presented special shows or exhibitions in China, Taiwan, and Japan. [WWD]
  • Indonesia's national police have canceled Lady Gaga's June 3 concert in Jakarta after religious groups and conservative lawmakers protested against her sometimes racy choreography and stage costumes. The police said they decided to deny a permit because they couldn't guarantee security at the concert, which would have hosted the largest audience of Gaga's "Born This Way" tour in Asia. [The Cut]
  • Tyra Banks wrote an open letter to aspiring models in light of Vogue's new Health Initiative, encouraging women all over the world to embrace their flaws. "Vogue has the power to make and break—whether it's fashion trends, designers, models, and yes, even industry practices," Banks writes. "Their bold stance means that others will follow." [The Daily Beast]
  • Rachel Roy has revealed the details of how she and her date Solange Knowles got ready for the Met Gala. In between getting her makeup done and a final dress fitting, Roy squeezed in a "quick phone call to the office" and "a little negotiation on some fabric prices." [Stylelist]