Dolce & Gabbana Childrenswear Launch; Kim Kardashian’s L’Uomo Vogue Cover Drops

Kim Kardashian for L'Uomo Vogue Photo: L'Uomo Vogue

• Dolce & Gabbana's debut childrenswear collection will be in stores come July. [WWD]

• And now, the moment you've been waiting for: Kim Kardashian's July/August cover of L'Uomo Vogue has hit the Internet. [Vogue.it]

• Christian Louboutin issued the following statement regarding its red-sole lawsuit loss to Zara: "Recent commentary in various articles from newspapers and blogs regarding the French court decision in the Zara case ... either implies or states that through this ruling we have lost our rights to our world-famous red-sole trademark. We would like to clarify that what has been disputed and canceled is only one French registration of the trademark." [WWD]

• Azealia Banks's video for "Liquorice" premiered yesterday, and it was styled by Nicola Formichetti. [Elle]

• Each look that Zuhair Murad designed for Jennifer Lopez's tour includes at least 2,000 crystals or beads that had to be hand-sewn on. [StyleWatch/People]

• Zac Posen admits that while he doesn't actually type out his own tweets, he directly oversees the person who does. "I tell her exactly what to say — every word." [WWD]

• Hip-hop artist Iggy Azalea signed with Wilhelmina Models. [Rap-Up]

• To fête Alber Elbaz's tenth anniversary at Lanvin, the brand is releasing a limited-edition line of mini accessories under the name "Happy." [Fashionologie]

Real Housewife's Taylor Armstrong settled the lawsuit that likely led to her husband's suicide by turning over her $251,000 engagement ring and two Hermès Birkin bags, which ended up being fake. [Styleite]

• Of attending Central Saint Martins, Mary Katrantzou confessed: "I hated it — the education system in New York compared to here [in England] is like day compared with night. I felt there was no structure here — over there you had to be at college at certain times, reading things to a certain timetable — here the brief was so free, you were forced to be completely independent; I was terrified. But within a year I loved it — it forces you to think independently which is what I think you need to do to succeed." [Vogue UK]

• A British shopping study found that men spend 24 percent more per transaction than women, though they make purchases less often. [Telegraph UK]

• Kate Middleton's wedding-day fragrance is now available in the U.S. at Henri Bendel. [Elle]