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Oscar de la Renta exhibit opens at George W. Bush Library

More than four decades of style are covered in De la Renta exhibit

"Oscar de la Renta: Five Decades of Style" has opened at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas. It includes 67 mannequins outfitted in clothes from 1967 to the present. The exhibit runs through Oct. 5. Why the Bush museum? Because De la Renta often dressed First Lady Laura Bush in her White House days. [WWD]

Supermodel Christie Brinkley took in ex-husband Billy Joel's Madison Square Garden concert last week, and he obliged by singing "Uptown Girl," a song that he's said was inspired by a group of glamorous women including Brinkley (who appeared in the original music video) and his former girlfriend Elle Macpherson. "He's still got it," Brinkley posted on Instagram. [People]

Actress Kate Mara and stylist Johnny Wujek are arranging nine window displays at an H&M showroom in Manhattan with looks from the H&M Studio Collectio for fall. [WWD]

Karlie Kloss is the star of Chanel's Coco Noir fragrance campaign. [NY Daily News]

Swarovski has created a new award to aid young fashion designers, the Swarovski Collective Prize for Innovation. [New York Times]

Audrey Hepburn's granddaughter Emma Ferrer is on the cover of the September Harper's Bazaar delivered to subscribers. She was photographed by Richard Avedon's grandson Michael Avedon. [Harper's Bazaar]

Lucky magazine is being spun off from Conde Nast and merging with  L.A.-based e-commerce site Beachmint. [Ad Week]

Joe Zee, editor in chief of Yahoo's fashion site, is also now a brand ambassador for Old Navy. [WWD]

Designer Jonathan Cohen partnered with Shu Uemura Art of Hair on a limited-edition cosmetics case.  [Los Angeles Times]

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