Kendall and Kylie Stop Selling Controversial Tees, Chanel Wins Battle Against Fakes

by Sydney Sadick

Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here… 

Kendall and Kylie Stop Selling Controversial Tees [Page Six]
The sisters launched “vintage” black T-shirts on Wednesday: one that combined their faces with Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur and another that used Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon imagery, neither of which went over well with fans.

Chanel Wins Battle Against Fakes [Fashionista]
Chanel will receive $100,000 for every knock-off item sold by about 30 sellers of fake Chanel goods on Amazon, though the real victory may have more to do with protecting brand image.

Peter Dundas: Fashion Is Changing [BoF]
As Peter Dundas prepares to unveil his namesake label in Paris on Sunday, he tells BoF about abandoning collections in favor of “drops” and more…

Get to Know Ansel Elgort and His High School Girlfriend [Cosmo]
Everything you need to know about these high school sweethearts.

What’s David Beckham’s McDonald’s Order? [Elle UK]
It’ll make you hungry!

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