Style Notes: Priyanka Chopra's New Fashion Gig; Prince William Covers British GQ

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Priyanka Chopra Stars in Nirav Modi Jewelry Campaign [Instagram]
Baywatch star Priyanka Chopra is the new face of Nirav Modi Jewelry. Chopra was photographed by Patrick Demarchelier for the campaign, in which she models an emerald waterfall necklace as well as the Jasmine Collection by Antwerp-born founder Nirav Modi himself.


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Prince William Covers British GQ [British GQ]
Prince William looks especially regal on the July cover of British GQ, which was photographed by Norman Jean Roy. In the accompanying story, the Duke of Cambridge opens up to Alastair Campbell about mental health as part of the Heads Together campaign, and also touches on the lasting impact of his mother's sudden death almost 20 years ago. 


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Kim Kardashian Artfully Dodges Question About Her Sisters' Split with Stylist Monica Rose [Bravo]
Kim Kardashian artfully dodged a question about her sisters' split with longtime stylist Monica Rose while making an appearance on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. The reality star stated that she stopped working with Rose about four years ago, adding that "Kanye wanted to give me a makeover," so she enlisted a new team to give her a different "vibe." However, as to why her sisters abruptly severed their relationship with the image maker and unfollowed her on social media, she said, "You'd have to ask Khloe and Kendall and Kylie."

Roc96 and MadeWorn Collaborate on Jay Z-Inspired Capsule [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]  
Roc96 and MadeWorn collaborated on a unisex collection inspired by Jay Z's life and lyrics, particularly the 1990s East Coast street scene. The collection, priced between $160 and $3,500, will be available exclusively at Revolve beginning Thursday. The capsule will be celebrated with a private event on Wednesday at Revolve's Social Club in Los Angeles, followed by a three-day pop-up experience at the Melrose space, which will be open to the public. 

Urban Outfitters Launches Pride Collection Starring Rapper Taylor Bennett [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Chicago-born rapper Taylor Bennett (younger brother of Chance the Rapper) is the new face of Urban Outfitters' seven-piece Pride collection, which launched Tuesday in stores and online in conjunction with Pride Month. All proceeds of the capsule, priced $24-$39, will benefit GLSEN, which works to provide safe school environments for LGBTQ students. Bennett, who came out as bisexual earlier this year, said in a release: "Honesty and being yourself is something that I believe should always be celebrated — whether it’s in hip-hop or everyday life.”

Reporter Ben Jacobs Replaced His Glasses After Old Pair Broken by Montana Congressman [The Guardian]
After a scuffle with congressional hopeful (now Congressman) Greg Gianforte left reporter Ben Jacobs' glasses in shambles a day before the Montana election to fill the seat vacated by Ryan Zinke, who was appointed as United States Secretary of the Interior, the Guardian writer has replaced his frames with a spiffy new pair by Banana Republic (which does, indeed, sell eyeglasses frames). Jacobs' right eye was bruised following the misdemeanor assault by Gianforte, who attacked the reporter after he asked questions about the GOP healthcare bill. (Gianforte's camp states that Jacobs was asked to leave several times and "aggressively shoved a recorder in Greg's face.") The broken pair will be donated to the Newseum in Washington and kept for posterity.