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  • Dwyane Wade is the latest celebrity to team up with e-commerce site The RealReal to sell his own clothes.  The NBA star will put more than 200 pieces up for sale, including sneakers from Giuseppe Zanotti, jackets from Gucci, suiting from Tom Ford, and more.  Much of the proceeds will go to Wade’s World Foundationi charity. (StyleBlazer)
  • Karl Lagerfeld’s designs for the Louis Vuitton Icon and Iconoclasts project have now been revealed.  The creative director for Chanel and Fendi designed a punching bag, boxing gloves, clutches, and even a bowler bag for the offering.  Expect to see the pieces in stores this year (though the male model butt above will likely not be there). (Lucky Magazine)

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  • Whoopi Goldberg was on hand at Story NYC’s Pitch Night to serve as a judge for the event. At the gathering, designers and business owners pitched their products to be included in the gift guide of Cool Hunting and Story’s holiday concept store. Amongst Whoopi’s favorite there were multicultural bags from Frederika Tovar, Hickies detachable plastic shoelaces, bags from Burgundy Assemblage, and Inter-Pret.us unisex clothing. (WWD)

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  • For their latest collection launch, Forever 21 is looking to the small screen. The characters of The Simpsons will be the focus of a 16-piece line, that includes sweaters, t-shirts, tanks, cropped tops and loungewear for men and women at shops worldwide. The partnership is a first for 20th Century Fox who has never partner wed Forever 21 before but the latest in Simpsons collaboration following link-ups with Uniqlo, H&M, Topshop, Topman and Zara. (NY Post)

christian louboutin expands nail line

  • Red bottoms are not just your heels these days.  Since launching their nail collection with a top of the nail polish, Christian Louboutin has now expanded that line with “Loubi Under Red.” This product boasts a similar bottle design as the original varnish but is meant to paint beneath your nails.  Cop it for yourself for $45. (Forbes)

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