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Style Notes: Rihanna's Fashion-Filled Music Video; Winner of LVMH Prize for Young Designers Revealed

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Rihanna Puts On a Fashion Show in DJ Khaled Video [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
DJ Khaled and Rihanna are takin' over: The pair released a fashion-filled music video for Khaled's single "Wild Thoughts" — the song features RiRi and Bryson Tiller and samples Santana's "Maria Maria" — which sees the singer suited up in Balenciaga, Versace, Alberta Ferretti and up-and-coming Aussie-American designer Matthew Adams Dolan. That being said, the best-dressed honors might just go to Khaled's toddler son, Asahd. Those cheeks don't lie.

LVMH Prize for Young Designers Awarded to Marine Serre [Vogue]
French-Belgian designer Marine Serre, 25, was awarded the LVMH Prize for Young Designers at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris on Friday. The prize, presented by Rihanna, includes a year of mentorship and 300,000 euros (about $336,000). Serre, who currently works at Balenciaga, presented her collection before a judging panel of designers that included Karl Lagerfeld, Maria Grazia Chiuri (Dior), Humberto Leon and Carol Lim (Kenzo, Opening Ceremony), Nicolas Ghesquiere (Louis Vuitton) and others. New York-based Japanese designer Kozaburo Akasaka took home the Special Prize, which also includes mentorship, as well as a grant of 150,000 euros.

Kate Bosworth and Husband Michael Polish Design Eyewear Collection [People]
Uber-stylish couple Kate Bosworth and Michael Polish have lent their eye to a new sunglasses collaboration with Jacques Marie Mage (J.M.M.). The couple designed men's and women's styles, which will be limited-edition and available beginning this summer. Prices and an exact launch date have not yet been released.

Hubert de Givenchy Exhibition Opens in France [WWD]
An exhibition titled Hubert de Givenchy — which is dedicated to the works of the 90-year-old fashion designer — opened on Friday at the Museum of Lace and Fashion in Calais, which is France's historic lace-manufacturing region. The exhibition displays more than 80 costumes from private collections, including pieces made for the Duchess of Windsor, Jackie Kennedy and, of course, Givenchy's longtime muse and friend, Audrey Hepburn.

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