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Elle Macpherson Remarries; "Bling Ring" Copycats Attempt to Rob Paris Hilton

Elle Macpherson Remarries: Supermodel Elle Macpherson married billionaire real estate developer and Florida hotel heir Jeffrey Soffer in Fiji surrounded by close family and friends. The couple dated for two years, with a brief split in March 2012. They reportedly got back together a few months later after Soffer injured his vertebrae in a helicopter crash. This is Macpherson's second marriage -- she was previously married to fashion photographer Gilles Bensimon for three years and has two sons with ex-boyfrind Arpad Busson. [Us Weekly]

"Bling Ring" Copycats Try to Rob Paris Hilton: Sources tell TMZ that a group of "random" girls crashed Paris Hilton's going-away party at her Malibu beach house, which she threw for herself last weekend before jetting off to Ibiza. The group snuck into Hilton's bedroom and attempted to steal her bikinis, handbags, and framed pictures (not exactly what you would call 'bling') but bailed when they thought someone spotted them. A valet found Hilton's possessions down the road from her property and her driver retrieved them. No police report was filed. [TMZ]

Coco Rocha and Others Lend Wedding Dresses to Exhibition: As part of a new Brides exhibition at the Battersea Evolution in London, the iconic wedding dresses of Coco Rocha, Zara Phillips, Darcey Bussell, Marcia Cross, Joan Collins, and others will be borrowed and put on display. Rocha's dress was custom-designed by friend and designer Zac Posen, and Zara Phillips, the second-eldest grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II, had her dress designed by the Queen's couturier, Stewart Parvin. "We've all seen the pictures, but now brides-to-be can see the dresses for real up close, taking in every detail of their luxurious design and finish," said Jade Beer, editor of Brides. The exhibit will take place from October 11-13. [Telegraph]

Street Style Photography Show In The Works: A reality show about street style photographers is reportedly in the works. While the pilot has yet to be picked up by any networks, the production company, Moonshot Productions, is looking for eager participants. The casting call explains that the show aims to “document the highs and lows of the profession as [photographers] pursue the next big find.” [Fashionista]