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Lululemon vs. Calvin Klein; Vogue’s Heavy Issues

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• Lululemon is suing Calvin Klein for copying its "Astro" yoga pants. [Fashionista]

• The size of Vogue's September issue left some U.S. Postal workers disgruntled. [HuffPo]


• NARS is creating an Andy Warhol-inspired collection for the holidays. [WWD]

InStyle's Hal Rubenstein will trade in his fashion director title to become editor-at-large for the magazine starting in October, a role that will give him more time to "pursue personal projects." [WWD]

• Net-a-Porter tapped Garance Doré for its fall campaign. [Garance Doré]

• The Cambridge Satchel Company won its lawsuit for "infringement of intellectual property rights" against rival satchel maker Zatchels. [Telegraph]

• Rent the Runway is setting up "closets" full of dresses and accessories at W hotels in New York during fashion week. [WWD]

• Ted Gibson talks about doing Gabby Douglas's hair for Essence magazine in this behind-the-scenes video. [Essence via Fashionista]

• There's an image of Kristen Stewart in some sort of Spanish Elle advertorial for Balenciaga's Florabotanica perfume. [ONTD via E!]

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