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Michelle Obama's Wardrobe Repeats; Calvin Klein Doesn't Do Trends

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· Michelle Obama's wardrobe repeats: better the first time around? [HuffPost]
· The greatest brands in American history [24/7 Wall St.]
· Calvin Klein wants to ignore "meaningless" trends [The Cut]
· A return to basics, one stitch at a time [NYT]
· Hermes' new $130 coloring book [The Cut]
· Zadig & Voltaire campaign featuring Mr. Kate Moss [Grazia]
· Kim Kardashian lands the September cover of Allure [CocoPerez]