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Repetto Launching Clothing, Netflix for Nail Polish and More From Around the Web

The first photo of Repetto's upcoming ready-to-wear is pretty much what we'd imagine: ballerina-like, Audrey Hepburn-y, vaguely French, adorable. [French Vogue]

Lacquerous—essentially Netflix for nail polish—is now a thing. It lets users rent three high-end polishes for $18 a month, but it doesn't want users applying more than three coats of each polish. Monitoring that usage sounds like such a fun job. [Time]

After an 11-year streak at the top, New York City's Fifth Avenue is no longer the world's most expensive place to operate a store. [WWD]

Lady Gaga tweeted that she "heard rumors" Versace is designing the costumes for her upcoming U.S. tour. (Donatella's such a gossip.)  [Telegraph]

London is hosting the first ever Kids Fashion Week next year, so maybe all the under-16-year-old models will finally find legitimate runway jobs. [The High Low]

This holiday season, hologram fabrics are the new sequins. Obvi. [Who What Wear]

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