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Nadal’s new job…

Tennis champion Rafael Nadal is taking up a new challenge. The pro has just signed on to become the global brand ambassador for the Tommy Hilfiger underwear and tailored collections. Nadal is set to star in their Fall campaigns, which will run worldwide in print and online. [WWD]

La Fondation…

Today marks the opening of new exhibits at the Fondation Louis Vuitton. The first, called Contact, features four concrete installations by Danish artist Olafur Eliasson. Accrochage 2, which will be located on the upper level of the building, also opens today and contains works by German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans, French artist Annette Messager, and Italian sculptor Maurizio Cattelan. [i-D]

Congratulations, Alexandre…

Designer Alexandre Vauthier is the newest designer to be inducted into the prestigious French Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture. Being made a member of the organization means that Vauthier is now able to officially use the haute couture title for his collections and present in January at Couture fashion week. [British Vogue]

The future of wearable tech…

Today, GQ takes a peek into the world of wearable technology. Writer Jon Wilde proposes that wearable devices are currently in the “puberty” stage of their life cycle, and investigates just what adulthood might look like. [GQ]

The risk of the all-star CEO…

Since Steve Jobs became a household name, it seems every CEO wants to be a star, although Aswath Damodaran, a professor at NYU, warns that “for every Apple, there are a hundred companies that tried to do what Apple did and fell flat on their faces.” The New York Times examines what happened when Marissa Mayer tried to be Steve Jobs. [The New York Times]

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