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]