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Victoria Beckham Is Selling Her Wardrobe; D&G Threatened Conde Nast Over Exposé

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Victoria Beckham Is Cleaning Out Her Closet: Why purchase one of Victoria Beckham’s designs when you can purchase designs that she’s actually worn? The former Spice Girl is planning to sell 600 pieces from her personal closet to raise money for mothers2mothers, a non-profit that works with mothers faced with HIV. “As a woman, we have a responsibility to help and support other women,” she said. “To do what we can do to help.” Whether or not the sale will include the dress from her and soccer stud husband David Beckham’s first date is unclear. The sale will take place August 20-25 on [Telegraph]

D&G Threatened Conde Nast: Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana can’t seem to escape their legal woes. They are currently facing 18 months in jail after being found guilty of tax fraud on $1 billion in earnings. The New York Post reports that the designer duo recently attempted to persuade Conde Nast’s creative director Anna Wintour to pull an upcoming exposé in Vanity Fair. When she refused, the Dolce and Gabbana designers reportedly threatened to pull tens of millions in advertising. [Page Six]

Olivia Wilde Breastfeeding in Glamour: For their September issue, Glamour wants to show the glamorous side of breastfeeding in public. Activist and actress Olivia Wilde and her three-month-old son Otis posed for photographer Patrick Demarchelier doing the sometimes controversial deed in a diner. “Being shot with Otis is so perfect because any portrait of me right now isn’t complete without my identity as a mother being part of that,” Wilde said. “It felt like we were capturing that multifaceted woman we’ve been discussing—that we know we can be. You can be someone who is at once maternal and professional and sexy and self-possessed.” [Racked]

Tiffany’s Blue Boxes Could Get a Makeover: Tiffany’s new creative director Francesca Amfitheatrof could be giving the brand’s iconic blue boxes a makeover. Don’t fret—it would only be temporary. “I might do limited editions, maybe in a pattern,” she told Vogue. “I do love a mixture of patterns.” Amfitheatrof, who previously worked for Gucci, Chanel, Marni and Fendi, has been enlisted to vamp up the famous jewelry brand, overseeing all of its designs. [Vogue]