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Rachel Zoe is Launching a Subscription Service, Khloe Kardashian Might Join 'Fashion Police' and More

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Rachel Zoe Launching Subscription Service, The New Dior Fashion Documentary and More
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From gym clothes to healthy snacks, the popularity of subscription services for anything and everything keeps growing. The latest to join in on the trend is Rachel Zoe, whose site The Zoe Report announced the launch of "Box of Style," coming March 9. Each box will include trending fashion, beauty and lifestyle items at a value of more than $300 per mailing. Sign us up! [The Hollywood Reporter]

Pamella Roland has officially launched e-commerce for the first time. Right now, you can shop the Spring 2015 ready-to-wear pieces—expect only the best of dreamy dresses fit for your next grand event. [Pamella Roland]

Mark your calendars for April 10 because your soon-to-be-favorite fashion movie, Dior and I, is dropping. The flick is a documentary that chronicles Raf Simons designing his first Christian Dior couture collection. Get a sneak peek with the trailer below. [The Fashion Spot]

Kate Spade may have said goodbye to its Saturday range, but it is now introducing another exciting venture: home decor. This May, you'll be able to shop Kate Spade bedding, bath products, wallpaper, rugs and even furniture. Bonus: the brand is also debuting kitchenware this August. [SheFinds]

Giorgio Armani revealed that a new womenswear line, dubbed the "New Normal," is underway. The brand hasn't released anymore info on the launch, other than that it will feature items "rooted in the classic style." Can't go wrong with that. [Vogue UK]

Since Kelly Osbourne quit Fashion Police amidst brewing controversy, rumor has it Khloe Kardashian may have a permanent place on the E! show. She already has a hand in awards show coverage so it wouldn't be a surprise. [NY Daily News]