Kourtney Kardashian, left, Kim Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian Odom greet fans at a Sears in Houston.
(Bob Levey / Getty Images for Sears / May 4, 2013)
Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian's Khroma beauty line is being renamed Kardashian Beauty after a legal challenge from Florida-based Kroma Makeup. The products should arrive in stores including Sears and CVS in two to three weeks. [The Cut]
The Obama administration is to confer with Bangladesh officials about safety in the aftermath of a series of tragedies in several garment factories that supply Western retailers. [WWD]
The Bangladesh military on Sunday ended its search for people in the rubble of an eight-story building that housing a garment factory. Search teams have recovered 1,127 bodies from the building, which collapsed in April. The government also agreed to raise the minimum wage for garment workers and to allow them to form labor unions. [Associated Press]
Savannah Guthrie flashed a new ring on the "Today" show Monday morning. She and boyfriend Michael Feldman got engaged over the weekend. [People]
Rodale, the publisher of health magazines including Prevention, plans to open an online store May 20 featuring ethically sourced goods including lipgloss, Eileen Fisher separates, duvet covers and more. [WWD]
Denim company True Religion Apparel has accepted an $835 million takeover bid from investment firm TowerBrook Capital Partners. [Los Angeles Times]
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