The Daily Roundup: Aquazurra Sues Steve Madden, Narciso Rodriguez Debuts Museum Exhibit

by Sydney Sadick

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Aquazurra Heads Back to Court [Vogue UK]
Aquazurra is suing Steve Madden, the second lawsuit that the shoe brand has filed (flashback: Ivanka Trump) this month over copyright infringement.

Narciso Rodriguez Debuts Museum Exhibit [Fashion Times]
Narciso Rodriguez will debut a fashion showcase at an upcoming exhibition at Florida International University’s Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum featuring creations from the designer’s 20-year career.

Louis Vuitton’s Paul Herber Shows Own Label in Paris [Fashionista]
Former head men’s designer of Louis Vuitton and Maison Martin Margiela Paul Herber dishes on his menswear label, which showed its second collection in Paris over the weekend.

Karl Lagerfeld on the EU Referendum [Harpers Bazaar]
A look at what Chanel’s creative director has to say about the outcome of the EU referendum, which the designer labeled as a “moment of madness.”

Zayn Malik Talks Album Merchandise Collection [Vogue]
The “PILLOWTALK” singer breaks down his eclectic new collection, which was prompted by his debut album <i>Mind of Mine</i>.

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