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  • Do you have $300 million burning a hole in your pocket and a yen to see Tory Burch's company get even bigger? You're in luck: a stake in the popular-with-Upper East Siders label is up for grabs. [WWD]
  • Stockholm Syndrome scion Lydia Hearst is doing the family name proud: She's the new face (body?) of lingerie line Myla. [NYDN]
  • Diane von Furstenberg has been inducted into the Fashion Walk of Fame, where she'll join other honored rag-trade luminaries like Donna Karan, Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, Anne Klein and Oscar de la Renta. [The Daily]
  • So it was only to be expected that DVF would be unanimously re-elected as president of the CFDA today; the board also ratified new members including Thakoon Panichgul, Holly Dunlap, and Dana Foley and Anna Corinna Sellinger. [WWD]
  • You have to wonder what they were smoking at the marketing meeting that produced this idea: Krispy Kreme is giving away flip-flops made of real, growing grass to Londoners. Because nothing triggers a donut craving like having moist, green feet. [Fashion Police]
  • In Carla Bruni's Vanity Fair interview, for which she was photographed by Annie Leibovitz, the mischievous ex-supermodel says her role model is Jackie Kennedy. [WWD]
  • Cintra Wilson visits Oak's new store on Bond Street, and as usual overreacts to the experience in the name of good copy: A trip to the fitting room leaves her "clammy, gasping and disoriented." [NYT]