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Kim Kardashian Settles a Lawsuit, Kate Middleton Wears The Same Coat Four Times and More From Around the Web

That somewhat silly but completely fascinating lawsuit that Kim Kardashian filed against Old Navy last summer, in response to the brand casting a model that looked just like her for one of its commercials, has been settled. Beyond that everything was "resolved to mutual satisfaction of both parties," no dirty details have been released. However, the speculation is that no more Kimmy doppelgangers will be featured by the company in the future. [WWD]

The IMG Fashion Week orientation for first-time runways models stressed the importance of resisting white bread, being on time and not taking things personally. [The Cut]

Kate Middleton pulled a classic Kate Middleton move at the Paralympics Opening Ceremony yesterday and wore something we'e seen her in several times before. Her wardrobe choice was a gold brocade coat dress by Day Birger et Mikkelsen that she's been photographed in at three separate weddings. [Grazia]

Meanwhile, while K-Mid has been making public appearances, her sister Pippa is preparing to release a book next month. Sorry guys—it's not a tell-all. The socialite's upcoming hardcover is called Celebrate and it's all about party planning. You'll have to wait a little longer to see what's inside, but the cover art has been released and it includes lots of cute images of the younger Middleton. [People]

Jill Stuart has not only named it's newest bag after Olivia Palmero, but tapped the reality star and entrepreneur to star in advertisements for it as well. Styling for the campiagn shoot was inspired by another famous Upper East Sider: Blair Waldorf. [My Fashion Life]

Photo: WWD/Steve Eichner

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