Style Notes: Drew Barrymore Takes Flower Overseas; Kylie Jenner's Cartier Shackle

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At the Financo CEO Forum on Tuesday night, Drew Barrymore announced plans to expand her Flower Beauty collection beyond Walmart, where it is currently sold exclusively. The five-year old company, which also includes a collection of eyewear, is not only shopping the product to other retailers, but also building its own e-commerce site. Additionally, Barrymore has interest in taking Flower overseas to China, Australia and the U.K. [The New York Post]

Kylie Jenner often makes headlines for her outfits, but on this occasion she has made waves for one specific accessory: A Cartier Love bracelet (retail $5,000), which the teen has been wearing for four straight years. On Snapchat, Jenner documented the difficult removal process, which apparently required the assistance of a security guard at the Cartier store in order to take off the solid-gold shackle. Sometimes being a teenager is hard. [People Style Watch]

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Pharrell and his partners at BBC Miami are now in complete control of Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream streetwear brands after buying back Iconix Brand Group's 50 percent share in BBC Ice Cream LLC. Iconix's decision to sell off its stake is part of the group's effort to streamline its portfolio. Pharrell plans to continue to expand the brand and seek more licensing opportunities. [WWD]  

Barneys, New York City and the NYPD have settled a racial profiling lawsuit filed by 21-year-old Trayon Christian for $45,000. At age 19, Christian, a black college student, alleged he was racially profiled and accused of credit-card fraud while shopping at a Barneys store in the city. Though he was able to produce identification before making his purchase, a Barneys cashier still called the cops once he left the store. He was then tracked down by an undercover cop and taken into the station despite reproducing his identification and proof of purchase. A spokesperson for the city's Law Department said in a statement that "settling was in the best interest of the city." [Fashionista]

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