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To wrap up this week, we decided to pick through the news and share what we are excited for, what we are sad about and what we just don't understand. Here is this week's The Good, The Bad and The Ugly:


The Good: Sephora has had a great week. Not only did they announce that they will now deliver products to your doorstep, but the beauty giant also announced a new nail bar. UK nail genius Sophy Robson unveiled some looks and how to videos as a preview of what you can expect from Sephora. We can't wait.

The Bad: First, Sarah Jessica Parker announced that she was no longer the Creative Director at Halston, then rumors that Harvey Weinstein had left the brand began to surface and now designer Marios Schwab has left the house as well. We all should have known something was up when Parker wore Oscar de la Renta to the premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

The Ugly: Helmut Lang has quit fashion in a big way: he hasn't been involved in his eponymous line for years but made a statement when he decided to destroy his remaining archive, shredding over 6,000 garments. Lang plans on using the remnants to create sculptures that will be shown in the exhibition "Make It Hard," from July 22 to August 8 at the Fireplace Project in East Hampton, New York. We'll see if the sculptures are better than 6,000 pieces of vintage Helmut Lang.


Check out previous columns:
July 8 | The Row's new bags, Tom Ford vs. Fat People and Christian Dior
July 1 | Victoria Beckham, Carine Roitfeld for Chanel and Betsey Johnson's Assistant
June 24 | Fresh Lip Treatment, Jil Sander for Unilqlo and Bethanie Mattek-Sands