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Kate Middleton's Leopard Clutch, Lady Gaga Launches a Social Network and More From Around the Web

Kate Middleton accessorized a classic white suit she wore to Wimbledon this weekend with a wild leopard print clutch. (Her sister Pippa was with her, wearing a peplum dress.) Her handbag, the "Lytton" clutch by Diane von Furstenberg, is still available online for anyone who wants to do animal print, Duchess style. [SHEfinds]

Paper Denim & Cloth will relaunch in September to include the brand's signature tailored jeans as well as sportswear for men and women. [WWD]

Little Monsters, a social network centered around Lady Gaga, is now live for all to use. [Huffington Post]

Just a few weeks after a pair of sneakers from Kanye West's Air Yeezy II collection sold on eBay for over $90,000, graphic designer Wil Fry has hopped on the limited edition bandwagon. Fry created a t-shirt (literally just one t-shirt) that features images of Yeezy designs all over it, posting the item on eBay for $90,300—the same amount Ye's kicks fetched. [Refinery29]

MAC Cosmetics has paired up with Archie Comics for a Betty and Veronica-themed collection. Though a look at the products hasn't been released yet, we can't wait to see another cartoon collaboration from the makeup brand. [WWD]

Do you love Stella McCartney's lingerie pieces but are hesitant to pay over $100 per bra? You're in luck, because the designer will unveil her lower-priced, eco-friendly line called the Stella Collection this August. Bras will run for $55, while underwear—ahem, "knickers"—will cost just $26. [New York Times]

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