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Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss Land Another Campaign Together, and More of Today’s News

Two of a kind…

They appeared together last season clad in trenchcoats for Burberry, and now Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne are teaming up in front of the lens once again. The iconic It Brits were announced as Mango’s Fall 2015 campaign stars this morning via Instagram. In the black-and-white image, Delevingne and Moss hug wearing the brand’s latest duds. The retailer captioned the pic #somethingincommon—do you think that means their great hair or their iconic pouts…both probably, right? [Instagram]

The history of blogs, part one…

Personal style blogs have become so ubiquitous that is it hard to believe that one humble website launched almost a decade ago called StyleDiary started it all. From Rumi Neely to Tavi Gevinson, the past 10 years have given rise to a new wave of fashion royalty who have successfully secured lucrative front-row spots at fashion shows all over the world. Today Racked is providing a definitive guide to the history of personal style blogs, chronicling the moments and events that changed the industry forever. [Racked]

There’s something about Michèle…

Michèle Lamy, the wife of designer Rick Owens, is as unique as they come—her instantly recognizable aesthetic is characterized by long dark hair and an ever-present inked marking on her forehead. In a recent interview, Lamy discussed her creative outlets and the importance of self-expression: “Well I’m not a designer per se; I make things happen. I’m more like a producer. So because of this I think I have a good eye.” She later added, “I would be desperate on the street if I didn’t have my creativity. I’m always excited by something.” [Milk Made]

Kors by the numbers…

Michael Kors suffered the biggest decline in the company’s history after stock tumbled a record 24 percent. The brand has also been lagging in retail sales, which fell 5.8 percent in North America last quarter. However, the label is experiencing better figures outside the U.S.; in Europe, sales rose 11 percent, and numbers were 30 percent up in Japan. [Bloomberg]
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