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  • Carine Roitfeld styled Mila Kunis for her second Dior campaign, a series of black-and-white photos taken by Mario Sorrenti in Los Angeles. [WWD]
  • Ralph Lauren is under fire for manufacturing the United States Olympic team uniforms he designed in China. Even politicians have weighed in: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said, "They should take all the outfits, put them in a big pile and burn them and start all over." [NPR]
  • Andrej Pejic is the subject of a new reality show that will follow him as he works on assignments. The show will also star Pejic's mother, Jadranka Savic. [Fashionista]
  • Mario Testino has opened a cultural center in his native Peru called Mate, with the goal of supporting and promoting Peruvian art. "I wanted to give back to my country and I figure the best way that I can do this is by giving back through culture," he said. [Vogue UK]
  • Speaking of Testino, his management agency Art Partner recently started a blog on which it shows off the work of its clients, who also include Mario Sorrenti, Mert Alas, and Marcus Piggott. [Art Partner]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Rumor has it Carine Roitfeld has selected Kate Upton to be on the first cover of her upcoming magazine, CR Fashion Book. [Fashionista]
  • Schiaparelli opened its couture salons on Sunday for a series of fashionable guests, including Haider Ackermann, Victoire de Castellane, and Sharon Stone. [The Cut]
  • Pamela Love married her illustrator fiancé, Matthew Nelson, in Montauk in May, and called on some of her fashionable friends for help: Mara Hoffman made her dress, and Billy Reid made Nelson's tuxedo. Love designed the white gold with turquoise wedding bands. [Vogue]
  • Speaking of weddings, Jade Jagger's star-studded weekend nuptials drew a well-known — and well-heeled — crowd. Kate Moss was there; she wore Alexander McQueen to the ceremony. [Styleite]
  • Abbey Lee Kershaw explains in the August issue of Vogue Australia that when she was younger, her style varied from goth to hippie to minimalist. "I went through all of it, and nothing ever really felt right until I stopped thinking about it," she says. "Now, I buy something because I like it." [Vogue Australia]
  • Rachel Zoe will lend her name to a line of intimate apparel produced by Jockey that will be in stores like Macy's this October. "Style starts from within, and having the right foundation is critical to the ultimate success of your outfit," Zoe says. [Fashion Etc.]
  • Versace is expected to release a men's fragrance called Eros this Fall. One source says Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott have already shot a "wet and wild" ad for the scent. [WWD]
  • Coty, the company that makes perfumes and cosmetics for Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, Chloé, and Davidoff, among others, filed for an initial public offering that could raise some $700 million for its current shareholders. [The Wall Street Journal]
  • Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
    • Carine Roitfeld will release a preview of her new magazine CR Fashion Book as an insert in the upcoming issue of V Magazine, on newsstands July 5. The insert, called Issue 0, features Sebastian Faena's photography. Take a look at a behind-the-scenes video of Issue 0's creation here. [The Cut]
    • Speaking of magazines, Gisele Bundchen will appear on the cover of the July issue of Vogue Brasil. Patrick Demarchelier reportedly shot the graffiti-inspired cover and editorial in early June, around the same time rumors of Bundchen's second pregnancy first surfaced. [Made in Brazil]
    • The Alexander McQueen pieces featured in Daphne Guinness's clothing auction at Christie's are set to receive the highest bids tomorrow night. "The dresses and shoes offered here are classic McQueen," said the auction's curator Pat Frost. [Vogue UK]
    • Teen Vogue will release an app for the iPhone and iPod touch this week called Teen Vogue Insider, which will give readers access to exclusive content and discounts at retailers like Clinique and H&M. [PR Newswire]
    • Francisco Costa, Italo Zucchelli, and Ulrich Grimm — who designs Calvin Klein's shoes and accessories — are all recipients of the Accessory Council's designer of the year award this year. [WWD]
    • Net-a-Porter opened its first office outside of the United Kingdom this week with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new headquarters in New York City. It also opened a distribution center in Mahwah, NJ, and plans to open an office in Hong Kong next year. [Catwalk Queen]
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