• Because it's in the news, here's a look at gay marriages and their places in fashion history. [Styleite]

  • Louis Vuitton has raised the prices of its most iconic bags by as much as 10 percent in the US and UK. [Racked]

  • LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault has officially been decorated with the title of Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, joining the number of fashion insiders honored by the British monarchy. [WWD]

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  • Old Navy is rebutting claims that its tweed cardigan jacket was inspired by Chanel: "I don't think there was any intention for it to look like any [designer]," said one of the brand's executives. [Racked]

  • After being sued just a few weeks ago by a gallerist for alleged physical assault, fashion photographer David LaChapelle is back in court with a lawsuit from his former lover and agent, who's claiming $75 million in damages. [Fashionista]

  • Cara Delevingne had a one-track mind during Fashion Month: "That's all that's on my mind at the moment, just walking — it's mad," she said. "This has been really tough. That's the most embarrassing thing about it, like, 'this walking thing is crazy.'" [Interview]

  • Olivia Wilde wasn't afraid to experiment with her hairstyle as a child: "Once, I shaved the back of my head into a really hideous under-shave look," she said. "My mom said [it] made me look like I got hit by a tractor." [Into The Gloss]

  • Elie Saab focuses in on its Spring 2013 Couture collection with a dreamy new video. [Elie Saab]