Style Notes: Karl Lagerfeld's Customizable Sneakers; Elle UK Gets a Makeover

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Karl Lagerfeld Launches Customizable Sneakers [WWD]
Karl Lagerfeld is tearing a page from Alessandro Michele's playbook and launching his own version of #GucciDIY. Called Karl Kustomized, the Kaiser's new project allows customers to choose 10 sneaker variables to personalize, including laces, lining, hardware and logos. The custom kicks, which take up to six weeks to make after orders are placed, will be available July 7 on Lagerfeld's website, with prices ranging from $360 to $3,875. 

Elle UK Gets a Makeover [Business of Fashion]
Elle UK has relaunched their print edition with a more "sparse" and "curated" look to appeal both to millennials as well as advertisers. The reboot is similar to sister publication Cosmopolitan UK's 2015 revamp. The first issue with the new look lets customers choose from one of five covers: Kristen Stewart, Zayn, Hari Nef and Amandla Stenberg each landed a coveted cover spot, while a fifth option shows an embroidered white cover reading, "Now What?" 


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New Ivy Park Gear Has Arrived [Time]
Beyonce's Ivy Park has just launched its summer collection in stores and online. The athleisure line, stocked at Nordstrom, Top Shop and Net-a-Porter, calls the new collection of leggings, tees and outerwear the "High Summer" collection. Like her first collection, Beyonce's "High Summer" line features plenty of branded merch so fans can show Bey just how much they love their Queen.


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