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Style Notes: Karlie Kloss Does Double Denim for Joe Fresh; Louis Vuitton Discontinues Colorful Monogram

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Joe Fresh Fall 2015

Cheers.

Canadian denim brand Joe Fresh got pretty patriotic for its new fall campaign, which featured models donning — what else? — Canadian tuxedos. The new ads star Karlie Kloss, Joan Smalls, Andre Velencoso and Sean O’Pry all looking fresh-to-death in head-to-toe denim. And if, like us, you were wondering why O’Pry looks so familiar, it’s probably because he played the victim of Taylor Swift’s temper tantrums in her "Blank Space" video. Yeah, he's that guy. [Instagram]

Louis Vuitton is saying au revoir to those colorful monogrammed bags, originally designed by Takashi Murakami in 2003. The rainbow-hued "LV" leather goods, which were seen on the arm of nearly every early 2000s socialite, will officially be leaving stores at the end of July — "forever." May they rest in peace somewhere in the depths of Paris Hilton’s closet. [WWD]

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Mary Katrantzou and Adidas Originals are back together again for an '80s-tastic capsule collection inspired by the designer’s own colorful childhood. The sporty, 24-piece collection, priced between $76 and $426, features varsity jackets, track pants and tees decked out with crystals and other embellishments for a fashion-forward twist. [WWD]

One of the many perks of being the Queen of England, is getting a bit more of a say in what your granddaughter-in-law wears everyday. According to a source at Vanity Fair, Queen Elizabeth herself exercised this power to stop Duchess Kate Middleton from wearing wedges. A small price to pay in the royal scheme of things, we think. [Vanity Fair

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