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Kate Middleton's Topless Photos, the Man Repeller Designs Clothes For Spring and More From Around the Web

Watch this behind-the-scenes video of Diane von Furstenberg's Spring 2013 collection, compiled from footage taken via those Google goggles we told you about earlier this week. The designer narrates the film, complete with lots of empowering DvF-isms about feeling beautiful and becoming the woman you want to be. [The Cut]

Next March, the Olsen twins will release their first Elizabeth and James fragrance at Sephora stores. Beyond that information, we don't know what it will be called, smell or look like. And somehow still, we already want a bottle—ah, the power of good branding. [WWD]

The theme for Costume Institute’s annual spring show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art was revealed yesterday: Punk. [Fashionista]

Topless pictures of Kate Middleton vacationing with William were just published in a French gossip magazine, which is not really shocking and mostly in poor taste. OF COURSE the Duchess felt comfortable taking her shirt off—she was at a private residence, alone with her new husband and didn't think creepy people were photographing her. C'mon guys, lets focus on her outfits instead, like that amazing Prabal dress she wore earlier this week. [E!]

Man Repeller blogger, Leandra Medine, partnered with PJK to create a small spring line called "MR x PJK…Just Sayin’." The brand's creative director Chelsey Santry promises that the collection will be "wearable insanity—in the coolest sense of the word." [WWD]

Sketch: MR x PJK…Just Sayin', courtesy of WWD.

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