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  • Karl Lagerfeld has set the theme for this year's Bal de la Rose du Rocher in Monte Carlo as "Belle et Pop," which will combine the imagery and music of France's Golden Age with the latest trends in rap, hip-hop, and soul. [WWD]
  • After previously showing in Milan, Burberry will present its next menswear collection in London. [Telegraph]
  • Macy's latest brand literally comes straight from a magazine. Teen Vogue collaborated with the retailer on a collection that launches in stores and online today. [WWD]
  • Meanwhile, Lily Aldridge has teamed up with Velvet by Graham & Spencer on a 13-piece capsule collection, which reflects the model's signature "boho rock-and-roll glamour" style. [Vogue UK]
  • The Salvatore Ferragamo Museum will explore the mystical role of shoes in mythology through its next exhibition, The Amazing Shoemaker — Fairy Tales and Legends About Shoes and Shoemakers. [WWD]
  • Condé Nast has premiered video networks for Glamour and GQ to kick-start the development of its newly created entertainment division. [Mashable]
  • Iris Apfel's second collection of sunglasses for Eyebobs is now available. [SheFinds]
  • Karlie's Kookies might soon be stocked at a Whole Foods near you. [The New York Post]
  • Nicholas Kirkwood looks to architecture to inspire his fancy footwear: "The curve, the line, the angles, all of it is close to the structure of a bridge, if not of a building in itself." [AnotherMag]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • It's official: Eva Chen is out as beauty and health director at Teen Vogue. She officially resigned in August and will be replaced by Glamour's senior beauty editor Elaine Welteroth effective Oct. 15. [Fashionista]
  • Jonathan Simkhai says he got his start as a designer because one of his girlfriends kept borrowing — and then not returning — his clothing. "There was a void in the market for menswear-inspired designer stuff, so I told her, 'I'll make a collection of clothes for you, and I'll get my stuff back,'" he said. [Teen Vogue]
  • Rachel Zoe now has an underwear collection to go underneath all those bishop-sleeved blouses. Zoe partnered with Jockey on a capsule collection of shapewear and underwear. [WWD]
  • The Gap became the first retailer to place ads on the front of New York City MetroCards this week. The cards, which tout the brand's Fall offerings, also act as a 30 percent off coupon. [The Huffington Post]
  • That's Sir Richest Man in France to you. LVMH chief Bernard Arnault will be made an honorary Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire. [The Daily Telegraph]
  • There's a reason the last pair of sunglasses you purchased were so expensive: one company, the Italian firm Luxottica, has a near dominance in the field, owning or manufacturing many of the world's best-known brands of sunglasses. [60 Minutes]
Photo: Elaine Welteroth in front of the the Yves Saint Laurent Beauté counter at Saks Fifth Avenue.
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Designer Olivier Theyskens has debuted a new shorter haircut, saying goodbye to the long, dark locks he's worn for years. The reason? "That's the thing," he said. "There's no real reason, but people always want to think there's something more to it. I've been wanting to cut it for years, but it's never been the right time." [Into The Gloss]
  • Burberry designer Christopher Bailey and his partner, actor Simon Woods (Woods is the redhead who played Mr. Bingley in 2005's Pride and Prejudice), have registered to marry. They are believed to be planning an intimate ceremony in September — perhaps sometime after London Fashion Week. [The Daily Mail]
  • Want to date a menswear blogger? Here's a list of 15 who are single — and exceptionally good at what they do. [Four Pins]
  • Laetitia Casta says she was "so f*cking scared" working with Karl Lagerfeld's cat, Choupette, during a recent photo shoot for V Magazine. The shoot took place on a balcony, and Casta worried "that Choupette would step back and fall off and that Karl would hate me forever because I killed his cat." [Harper's Bazaar UK]
  • Rumor has it Eva Chen is leaving her role as beauty and health director at Teen Vogue, but so far neither she nor the magazine has commented on the matter. [Fashionista]
  • Paul Smith and Barbour partnered up for a very British collaboration that will be in stores Sept. 1. [Vogue UK]
  • Moises de la Renta took to his Facebook page to rage against all the people asking him for invitations to his father's New York Fashion Week runway show. "Go find ur own invites, fake ass punks," he wrote. [Page Six]
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