Lauren Conrad launches Minnie Mouse collection

Lauren Conrad launches Minnie Mouse collection
Lauren Conrad debuts her Disney Cinderella collection in February. (Sarah Hummert / Getty Images for Kohl's Departme)

Lauren Conrad is collaborating with Disney to launch a Minnie Mouse-inspired women's collection for her LC Lauren Conrad for Kohl's line. Slated to be available beginning May 10, it involves lots of polka dots and bows in Minnie's signature red and white. Prices range from $36 to $68. [Us Weekly]

This is Conrad's second Disney collaboration in just a few months. In February, she debuted a Disney Cinderella collection, also part of her Kohl's line, as seen in the photo above.

--John Varvatos announced  Friday that he will show his Spring 2016 menswear collection on July 16 as the finale to the inaugural New York Men's Fashion Week. Varvatos last showed in New York in 2008. Since then, his collections have been shown in Milan.  "From the time I started my brand in 2000, the timing between NYFW and the menswear calendar was never truly aligned," Varvatos said in a news release. "I am very excited about coming home to help launch the first ever NYC menswear week!"

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