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Depeche Mode Soundtracks Dior's New Campaign Video, James Franco for Seven for All Mankind (Again), Who's Bringing Whom to Tonight's Met Ball

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Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin shot Dior's latest campaign at Versailles. Also awesome: Depeche Mode's "Enjoy the Silence" soundtracks the video

· Dior's opulent Secret Garden video campaign [Elle]
· A peek at the V&A's highly anticipated "Ballgowns" exhibit [Vogue UK]

· Who's bringing whom to tonight's Met Ball [The Cut]
· Nicola Formichetti to launch his own high-tech fashion label [Styleite]
· Seven for All Mankind taps James Franco for second campaign [WWD]

· Why you could pay $56K for a used Hermes Birkin online [BuzzFeed]
· What the Met Ball means for Amazon's fashion push [WWD, sub req'd]