World Cup 2014: The trophy

Carles Puyol and Gisele Bundchen present the World Cup trophy before the final World Cup match, in which Germany went on to defeat Argentina 1-0. (Laurence Griffiths / Getty Images / July 12, 2014)

Brazilian super model Gisele Bundchen and former player Carles Puyol of Spain delivered the FIFA World Cup trophy to the pitch on Sunday before Germany's win over Argentina. The cup had traveled in style, in a custom Louis Vuitton trunk. Bundchen wore Louis Vuitton, too.  [WWD]

Controversial photographer Terry Richardson (he's been accused by several models of sexual harassment) shot Playboy's 100-page special California Dreamin' issue, due out for Valentine's Day 2015. [The Cut]

Fashion designer Riccardo Tisci says he has invited a bevy of well-known friends -- such as Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West and Justin Bieber -- to accompany him on a yacht trip around the Mediterranean for his 40th birthday. [Page Six]

The sweet Vanity Fair cover showing Britain's Prince George with his parents, the duke and duchess of Cambridge, appears to have been digitally altered to give Prince William more hair. [Racked]

Burberry shareholders on Friday rejected parts of creative director and CEO Christopher Bailey's hefty pay package, a package that had been inflated somewhat when he was courted last year by other brands. [Business of Fashion]

 Comedian Tracy Morgan has sued Wal-Mart for negligence after one of its trucks crashed into his limousine van, leaving one person dead and Morgan and three others injured. [WSJ]