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Style Notes: Lily-Rose Depp's Chanel No.5 Ad; Band of Outsiders Will Show at NYFW

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Lily-Rose Depp's First Chanel No. 5 L'Eau Ad Arrives [Instagram]
Between Chanel and Lily-Rose Depp, the love is mutual. After being named an official ambassador and starring in the brand's eyewear campaign last year, the 17-year-old announced in May that she would be the fresh face of Chanel No. 5 L'Eau, a new fragrance in the brand's repertoire. Depp revealed the first ad for the campaign on her Instagram Tuesday, writing, "Thank you so much to the entire Chanel team for this incredible honor!!"  

 

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Band of Outsiders Will Show Spring 2017 at NYFW Next Month [WWD]
Los Angeles-based label Band of Outsiders is returning to New York Fashion Week in September. The brand was shuttered in 2015 and its owner, Belgian fashion fund CLCC SA, intended to sell it off — however they did not receive a high enough bid. They announced plans to restart Band of Outsiders at the end of 2015, but without founder Scott Sternberg.

Kendall Jenner Answers 73 Questions [Vogue]
Next up to answer Vogue's 73 questions is none other than September issue cover girl Kendall Jenner, who took the glossy on a tour of her childhood home in Calabasas to answer important questions like, "what angers you the most?" (delayed flights) and, "what's your spirit animal?" (Tupac Shakur). Make sure you catch the cameo with power saw-wielding Kris Jenner at 0:57.

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CFDA and WME-IMG Handed Favorable Ruling In Fashion Week, Inc. Lawsuit [The Fashion Law]
A court in New York's Southern District has ruled in favor of the Council of Fashion Designers of America and WME-IMG in a preliminary injunction in a lawsuit filed against them by Fashion Week, Inc., a rival events production company. Fashion Week, Inc. claimed that the CFDA and WME-IMG's use of the term "New York Fashion Week" infringed on their trademark. While the judge noted that the plaintiff does have some rights to "New York Fashion Week," he explained that these rights are limited and apply only to "online entertainment ticket agency sales." The ruling means that the CFDA and WME-IMG can use the title "New York Fashion Week" in September and continue to use it for the duration of the lawsuit.

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