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Style Notes: Wendi Murdoch Sings Ivanka's Praises for 'Time's' Influential List; Goop's Wellness Summit

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Wendi Murdoch, Ivanka Trump

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Wendi Murdoch Pens Tribute to Ivanka Trump for Time's 100 Most Influential People List [Time]
First daughter Ivanka Trump landed a spot on Time's annual 100 Most Influential People List, where she was joined by the likes of Samantha Bee, Chance the Rapper, Gucci's Alessandro Michele and Constance Wu. Trump's longtime pal Wendi Murdoch penned her tribute letter, in which she discussed their bond as working moms and also praised Trump's commitment to education and putting an end to human trafficking.

Neil Patrick Harris to Host the 10th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic (Exclusive) [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Neil Patrick Harris has been named the host of the 10th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, returning to Liberty State Park on Saturday, June 3. In addition to providing commentary throughout the event, Harris will also emcee a post-match awards ceremony, where he will hand out the MVP and Best Polo Pony awards.

Goop Launching First Wellness Summit [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Goop is launching its first-ever wellness summit, titled "In Goop Health," which will be hosted by Gwyneth Paltrow and feature speakers Nicole Richie, Cameron Diaz, Tory Burch, Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner. Tickets to the event, taking place on June 10 in Los Angeles, are now available for $500-$1,500. The most expensive ticket (called "Clear Quartz") will include Tumi luggage packed with $500 worth of product, as well as the opportunity to eat lunch with G.P. in the flesh.

Anna Wintour Covers Business of Fashion Special Issue [Business of Fashion]
American Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour was looking especially American on the cover of Business of Fashion's latest special print edition. The iconic British editor wore her signature shades and a blue, Asian-inspired dress for the photo, which was lensed by Patrick Demarchelier. The issue explores the state of American fashion, including how President's Donald Trump's policies will shape the future of the industry, as well as the experience of American immigrant designers like Calvin Klein's Raf Simons and Diane von Furstenberg's Jonathan Saunders.

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