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Harvey Nichols Will Show McQueen Pieces That Couldn’t Travel Overseas; Kate Lanphear Styles for Armani Exchange

• British department store Harvey Nichols will display a selection of Alexander McQueen designs in partnership with the “Savage Beauty” exhibition currently at the Met. They're showing a few pieces that weren't able to travel to the U.S. due to customs regulations. [Telegraph UK]

• Kate Lanphear styled the pool-party-themed summer ad campaign for Armani Exchange. [Racked]

• In a commercial he’s filming for YSL this week in New York, Benjamin Millepied is dancing on tables. [NYP]

Ermenegildo Zegna’s 2010 profits came to $79.2 million. That’s an increase of over $55 million from the previous year. [WWD]

• Alexa Chung thinks that fashion/style blogs are ridiculous, with only one exception: Tavi’s Style Rookie. [Lockerz/Fashion Foie Gras]

• Superdry is planning to broaden its Stateside presence, with ten to twelve new stores opening annually for the next four years. [WWD]

• Peter Lingbergh shot the cover of June’s Chinese Vogue, featuring Natalia Vodianova. [Design Scene]

Stella McCartney on which of the royal wedding or the Met Ball had the better red carpet: "The Met ball, definitely, because I was involved in the Met." [Page Six/NYP]

• Here is a helpful flowchart designed to help you confirm if you are wearing pants or not. [Buzzfeed]

Candice Swanepoel has joined Twitter. [Modelinia]

• Here's an interview with Margaret Maldonado, founder of the Margaret Maldonado Agency and designer of new label L'Agence. [WWD]

Photo: Courtesy of Armani Exchange

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