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· The final (and very fruity) Versace for H&M collection lands in stores tomorrow. Not US stores, though. Here's a gallery styled by Vogue UK if you'd like to be reminded of what you're missing. [Vogue UK]
· Not all British girls dress like Kate Middleton, apparently. In the name of upholding sartorial standards, the organizers at the Royal Ascot horse race have outlined a dress code—everyone is now quite clear on what constitutes appropriate skirt length and hat size. [Fashion Foie Gras]
· All those young whippersnappers with their iPhones, and their Tumblrs, and their Twit-a-ma-call-its—a new Lim study says they actually don't shop online very much. [WWD]
· Speaking of whippersnappers, Tavi does a new video interview with the BBC and explains what it's like to be a teenage editor-in-chief. [BBC]
· And speaking of Twitter, Brad Goreski tweeted yesterday that he's styling J Brand's first ready-to-wear collection for Spring '12. [Twitter/Brad Goreski]