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Style Notes: Khloe Kardashian Covers 'Complex'; Diane Von Furstenberg, Steven Kolb Have New CFDA Titles

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Khloe Kardashian for 'Complex'

Start your week off with a little fashion chitchat.

Khloe Kardashian showed off her hot new bod in a sexy leotard on the August/ September issue of Complex magazine. The fit 31-year-old, who thoroughly documented her body transformation with workout photos on Instagram, opened up to the glossy about her divorce, Caitlyn Jenner and even momager Kris' sex life. Like the rest of her famous family, it looks like Khloe has no issues sharing the most, um, intimate details of her life. [Complex]

CFDA vets Diane Von Furstenberg and Steven Kolb have new titles to add to their LinkedIn profiles. After 10 years as president of the CFDA, Von Furstenberg is now chairman, while Kolb's title has been amended to include president in addition to CEO. According to the company, the new titles do not significantly alter the pair's responsibilities but rather more accurately reflect their day-to-day work. [Fashionista]

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Net-a-Porter has nabbed yet another designer collection to be sold online exclusively on the e-commerce site. Tod's, which has previously only sold in its brick-and-mortar stores, has partnered with the luxury retailer to sell two seasons' collections. The women's line will go on sale July 29 while the men's collection will debut Sept. 8 on Mr Porter. After getting exclusive deals with Chanel and Tom Ford, Net-a-Porter seems to the new go-to for luxury brands looking to dip their toes in the digital waters.  [WWD]

If you're looking to buy the infamous September issue of Vogue, you may soon have to look no further than Amazon. Conde Nast has partnered with the e-tailer to sell the "phonebook thick" issue (priced at $5.95), with the hopes of eventually expanding the option to other titles as well. While it may seem a little counterintuitive for a completely digital retailer to sell a product that's lost most of its print audience to the Internet, both companies believe that the high demand for special editions such as the September issue will make it a worthwhile endeavor. [WWD]

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