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Louis Vuitton Sees Spots; Fashion Fundraises for Obama; Jay Z's Song for His Daughter Will Make You Cry

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Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama's installation <strong>Dots Obsession</strong>
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama's installation Dots Obsession

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· Louis Vuitton is seeing spots in a new collab with Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama [She Finds]

· Fashion's heavy hitters are going to bat for Obama [The Cut]

· If you haven't yet listened to Jay Z's song for his new daughter, get your handkerchief out and do so now [Stylecaster]

· Remember that time Stella McCartney wore a t-shirt with the "f" word on it? [Stylelist]

·Looks like Dolce & Gabbana will be cleaning up this PR snafu in Hong Kong for the foreseeable future [Jing Daily]

· And in an intergenerational mind-meld, Tavi starts in a Wilco video [Pitchfork]