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Meta: DKNY Reopens London Store With a Faux Social Media Blitz; XOJane Replaces Cat Marnell With a Totally Different Depressed Beauty Blogger

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To announce the opening of the newly renovated DKNY store in London just in time for the Olympics, the brand created a video mapping a "faux social media hype session"

· DNKY skips press release, announces new London store via social media [WSJ]
· Proof that Rihanna's new fashion reality show is... something [The Cut]
· Kate Moss will star in George Michael's new video [WWD]

· Ralph Lauren's made-in-China Olympic mini-scandal [HuffPo]
· Lord & Taylor is sponsoring Project Runway's new season [Fashionista]

· Mazel: You can like your friends' engagement status on Facebook now [R29]
· XOJane replaces Cat Marnell with another depressed beauty blogger [XOJ]