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Style Notes: Kylie Jenner Searching for Cosmetics Retail Space; Fists Fly at Colette

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Kylie Jenner Searching for Space to Open Kylie Cosmetics Store [Cosmopolitan]
Kylie Jenner might just be opening a Kylie Cosmetics store in the near future. The reality star turned beauty mogul on Thursday teased on Snapchat that she's looking for a new location for a brick-and-mortar store, showing the interior of a possible retail space. "Looking for Kylie Cosmetics stores right now," she says in the video. Jenner has stated in the past that she'd be interested in expanding her line beyond lip kits, and a new store could be the perfect opportunity to launch more product.

Ian Connor, Theophilous London Brawl at Colette Boutique in Paris [WWD]
Things got a little out of hand at Paris boutique Colette on Thursday night. Streetwear fans stopped by the store to catch A$AP Mob (A$AP Rocky and A$AP Bari), who were celebrating the launch of their brand Vlone's collaboration with the boutique, as well as Off-White creative director Virgil Abloh, who was doing a book signing. But all eyes were on guests Ian Connor and Theophilous London, who — after an apparent Twitter quarrel — threw some IRL punches. Witnesses say that Connor lunged at London before being escorted out by security. Bari then chased Connor out of the store, where Connor turned to punch him in the face, too. Needless to say, onlookers got more action than they bargained for. 

Kardashian-Approved Waist Trainers Settle Lawsuit [The Fashion Law]
Waist Gang Society LLC., the waist trainers that have been endorsed by the Kardashian-Jenner set on Instagram, settled a $5 million deceptive marketing lawsuit outside of court on Thursday. Plaintiff Sarah Hawes, who initially filed the suit in a federal court in Los Angeles last March, argued that the company's claims that the trainers burn fat were completely false and that "products have absolutely no effect on fat loss." 

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