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Style Notes: Even Shaq's Son Is a Model Now; Jason Wu Launches First Fragrance

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Shaq's Son Is a Model on the Rise [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
There are so many celeb spawn models in Dolce & Gabbana's #DGMillennial squad that we almost missed a big one: Myles B. O'Neal, son of Shaquille O'Neal (you may know Shaq as the star of the 1996 classic, Kazaam). Myles not only walked in Dolce & Gabbana's June menswear presentation in Milan alongside Dylan Brosnan (son of Pierce) and Tyler Clinton (nephew of Bill and Hillary), but also made an appearance on the runway for the New York-based label Descendant of Thieves, which showed its fall collection on Monday at New York Fashion Week: Men's. Young Myles also has a burgeoning rap career, and before you ask, no, he doesn't play basketball. 

 

Thank you @stefanogabbana & @dolcegabbana for having me!

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Jason Wu Launches First Fragrance [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Jason Wu is getting into the fragrance game by launching his very first perfume — a "fresh, floral and woody scent" — for his eponymous brand. The bottle will retail for $145 and be available at Saks Fifth Avenue beginning in August. Lily Aldridge was photographed by Inez and Vinoodh for the campaign, which features the fresh-faced model posing with the bottle designed by Wu in partnership with architect Andre Mellone. 

CFDA Continues Its Partnership With Planned Parenthood for NYFW: Men's [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
The CFDA is carrying over its partnership with Planned Parenthood to New York Fashion Week: Men's, which is currently underway. The partnership, which launched in February at NYFW, continues to raise awareness for the organization by distributing "Fashion Stands with Planned Parenthood" pins and encouraging members of the industry to get involved with the cause. 

Gisele Bundchen Wears Faux-Fur on Vogue Paris' Animals Issue [Vogue Paris]
Gisele Bundchen looks cavewoman cool while dripping in faux fur on the cover of Vogue Paris' August issue, which is dedicated to animals. Images from the spread, photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, see Bundchen carrying various cute and furry creatures, from kangaroos to bunnies, all while showing off the industry's best faux options. Also in the issue, longtime animal rights activist Stella McCartney discusses the best alternatives to animal products.

Trina Turk Designs Cabanas for W Los Angeles Hotel [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Designer Trina Turk lent her talents to The W Hotel in Beverly Hills, designing custom cabanas for the WET pool deck in her signature bold, splashy prints. The VIP cabanas were unveiled over the weekend. 

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