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Valentino Sold for $858 Million, Ridiculous Fashion Laws and More From Around the Web

It's been confirmed that Valentino was sold to the royal family of Qatar for $858 million. [Fashionista]

Doctors are worried about your toes and how fat they're getting. It's called toe-besity and it's an epidemic. [ABC News]

Maybe they've stuck with Lara Stone, but the folks at Calvin Klein are not against bringing in new blood. The brand has just hired Brian Reyes to be the vice president and head of global design for its underwear line. [WWD]

Racked invaded the Lucky offices to talk style with some of our best-dressed editors. [Racked]

Take a peek inside of Cher Horowitz's closet for, like, the millionth time. It never gets old. [The Coveteur]

Did you know that horses are not allowed inside inns unless they are wearing pants? While this is just common courtesy to some South Carolina residents, it's also one of the weirdest fashion laws around the country. [The Gloss]

Gilt just launched Gilt Live, a continuous timeline that shows what people are buying in real time. It's like Facebook's news feed, if instead of seeing photos of your old college roommate's cat, you saw things that you actually cared about. [Gilt Live]

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