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  • Miranda Kerr's manager has denied a rumor that she and Orlando Bloom are headed for divorce. [The Sun]
  • Karlie Kloss wears a chain-mail dress from Yves Saint Laurent's Stefano Pilati era on the cover of Vogue Japan's September 2012 issue. [Design Scene]
  • Pierre Bergé, formerly Yves Saint Laurent's business partner, has just signed on to lead the steering committee of the newly formed Maison du Prêt à Porter Féminin et des Accessoires. The body will "foster dialogue between all fashion and accessories professionals." [WWD]
  • Anna Wintour is said to be hosting another fundraising dinner for President Obama's reelection campaign. Wintour will reportedly host the party with Harvey Weinstein in Greenwich, CT, on Aug. 6, and guests will have to donate $35,800 apiece to the campaign. [Page Six]
  • Rachel Roy could never find long-enough jeans to wear when she was younger, so she covered her ankles with "white scrunchy socks. I really hope there's no pictures of those anywhere," she says. [Racked]
  • Nicole Richie's upcoming collaboration with Macy's INC doesn't shy away from prints or from mixing masculine and feminine elements. [Catwalk Queen]
  • Crimes of fashion do not pay. A judge fined Linda and Courtney Allen — a mother and daughter who live in Syosset, NY — $44 million for advertising and selling fake Coach products online. [Refinery29]
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  • Versace will show its Fall 2012 couture show at the Ritz Hotel in Paris on July 1, a month before the hotel is scheduled to close for a two-year renovation. The Ritz has a special place in Versace's history — it's where Gianni Versace presented his last collection for the house before he was killed in 1997. "The closing of the Ritz Paris for two years represents the end of an era but also the beginning of a new one," said Donatella Versace. "So to be able to show Atelier Versace there one last time will be a memorable milestone." [Vogue UK]
  • Roberto Cavalli took to Twitter to air more grievances against Anna Wintour, writing, "I confide you a secret... Anna Wintur das nt come to see my show in Milano ....... Why ?? becouse I dont do publicity in American Vogue ??" Cavalli called Wintour's influence on American fashion "terrible" in an on-camera interview last week. [Daily Front Row]
  • Teri Agins, author of The End of Fashion, is writing a new book billed as a "behind-the-scenes exposé" that will "focus on the rise of fast fashion and celebrity designers in the multibillion fashion industry." The book doesn't have a title yet, but publishing house Gotham is expected to release it sometime in 2014. [The Cut]
  • A group of protesters dressed in classically tailored suits assembled outside of the new Abercrombie & Fitch store on London's Saville Row, waving signs that say "Tweed Not Greed" and "Give Three-Piece a Chance." One of the organizers of the protest said he wanted to stop the store from "selling crappy clothes to ghastly people." [Styleite]
  • Candice Swanepoel shimmers on the May cover of Vogue Japan in a gold-fringed Gucci dress. The issue's biggest cover line reads, appropriately, "Glamour Game." [Fashion Gone Rogue]
Photo: Donatella Versace with models at the Versace Haute Couture Spring 2012 presentation in Paris.
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