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Another day, another exciting collaboration to celebrate. Topshop will team with knitwear guru JW Anderson to create a capsule collection launching this September. Anderson will also curate objects — pencils, photography, and books — to be sold alongside the limited-edition range of jeans, sweaters, and outerwear. [Racked]
Speaking of pairings, here's one that will be available as soon as next week. Ruffian has joined forces with MAC to offer three sets of stick-on French manicures ($25) — in goth-punk color combos like ivory and black (above) — and three dramatic lip hues ($15), all available online starting June 18. [Fashion Etc.]
After a year of wowing on the red carpet, Emma Stone has officially earned her fashion stripes. The 23-year-old covers the July issue of Vogue — her first time gracing the iconic mag. [Huffington Post]
Louis Vuitton has tapped Muhammad Ali to be the face of its latest Core Values campaign, which was photographed by Annie Leibovitz and will debut June 15. Angelina Jolie and Keith Richards are among those who have been featured in past installments of the initiative. [Vogue UK]
Fenton/Fallon designer Dana Lorenz is adding a new category to her ever-growing empire of pretty-punk jewels: dog collars. "People of style, especially in NYC, want their dogs to be an extension of their personal style, their look. I could never find anything incredibly chic and well priced for my dog, Blitz," the designer said. The collection will include three collars and one leash, all with Fallon's signature studding and priced from $140 to $240. [Fashionologie Inbox]