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  • Jourdan Dunn grew up wanting to model herself after her mother: "She always seemed to make things work without ever complaining. She whips me into shape," she added in the latest issue of The Edit. []
  • Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele has added her voice to the ongoing debate about Fashion Week street style: "It's ridiculous . . . I love the real street, and this is not what I call the real street. They all dress to be photographed and I don't think this is real." [Fashionista]
  • In regards to Justin Timberlake's constantly evolving style, GQ's Jim Moore says: "None of it works unless the person looks the part and is willing." [The New York Times]
  • Peter Som definitely knows how to capture an audience — he's already amassed 3.3 million followers on Pinterest. "We're a small company and we don't advertise in the conventional way," he explained. "Pinterest is a great way to get my point of view out there." [The Business of Fashion]
  • Andrea Casiraghi and fiancée Tatiana Santo Domingo welcomed a baby boy yesterday. [Vogue Italia]
  • After signing with both Toronto and Istanbul Fashion Weeks, IMG has announced a new partnership with leading wholesale marketplace Joor. [Daily Front Row]
  • Anna Wintour's chef, Hank Tomashevski, catered a recent event celebrating Irene Neuwirth's CFDA nomination at the home of Barneys New York CEO Mark Lee. [Page Six]
  • In honor of Easter, Stella McCartney's childrenswear website has launched a game which allows its users to playfully decorate animated eggs. [The Cut]
  • Anja Rubik debuted her Giuseppe Zanotti collection with the help of some rocking tunes. [Harper's Bazaar]
  • The skateboarder isn't really wearing jeans in American Eagle's spray-on spoof. [Lucky]
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  • Illustrator Damien Florebert Cuypers sketched some of the most iconic looks from last night's red carpet for a special collection of Oscars-themed images. [AnotherMag]
  • Last night marked the 10th consecutive year that the top winners at the Academy Awards — including best actress Jennifer Lawrence — donned jewels by Chopard. [PS Fashion News Inbox]
  • Cara Delevingne has officially trademarked her name, protecting it from being used as a marketing tool for everything from perfumes and handbags to even walking sticks. [Telegraph]
  • Reed Krakoff can't resist a good Bravo reality show. "I love TV, very bad TV and very good TV," the designer said. "I like The Real Housewives of New York City . . . I draw the line at Atlanta." [The Wall Street Journal]
  • The British Fashion Council has announced that the next dedicated menswear Fashion Week will run from June 16 to 18, presenting a conflict with Pitti Uomo, which begins on June 18. [WWD] [break]More of the fashion news you need to know, right here.[/break]
  • Anja Rubik has teamed up with Giuseppe Zanotti to release a five-style capsule collection of shoes, set to debut in stores and online in early March. [Vogue UK]
  • Homebodies: André Leon Talley and Marc Jacobs on the most decadent thing one could ever do. [Marc Jacobs]
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  • Beyoncé's costume at the Super Bowl, designed by Rubin Singer, was inspired by Valkyrie, the goddess of war from Norse mythology. [ModMods]
  • Net-A-Porter's Natalie Massenet has announced that, in addition to debuting a print magazine, the luxury ecommerce site will soon be readable in French, German, and Mandarin. [The New York Times]
  • Barneys New York's dedicated warehouse sale website is now live. [The Shophound]
  • The first-ever Global Kids Fashion Week will showcase designs from labels like Paul Smith Junior and Little Marc Jacobs. [Vogue UK]
  • Anja Rubik says that the second issue of her biannual magazine, 25, is inspired by the soft, sensual side of erotica. [Nowness]
  • Donatella Versace, Victoria Beckham, and Mario Testino are just a few of the confirmed speakers at the 2013 Vogue Festival. [Independent]
  • P'Trique takes chic to the next level in his new music video. [Elle]
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  • Nicolas Ghesquière's first tweet features a picture of a Star Wars stormtrooper helmet. [Twitter]
  • Thank you to all of you for such a fantastic welcome !… — Nicolas Ghesquiere (@TWNGhesquiere) January 4, 2013
  • Tory Burch became a billionaire in the settlement agreement she reached with her ex-husband, Chris Burch, on New Year's Eve. [Bloomberg]
  • Louis Vuitton has tapped fashion illustrator Kerrie Hess to create paper dolls inspired by the brand's Spring 2013 collection. [Fashion Foie Gras]
  • Hanne Gaby doesn't pack much — or at all — before going on a journey. Unless, of course, she's headed off to Fashion Week. [i-D Online]
  • Montblanc will open a pop-up shop at the St. Regis Hotel in Washington DC during President Obama's inauguration festivities. [WWD]
  • What do Heidi Klum, Marc Jacobs, and Karl Lagerfeld have in common? They're all 5'10". [Racked]
  • Macy's lawsuit against Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and J.C. Penny is set to go to trial next month. [WWD]
  • In the latest issue of Elle UK, Anja Rubik reveals that a picture, at its most basic level, is about sexuality. [Modelinia]
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  • Balenciaga's Nicolas Ghesquiere hired Kristen Stewart to be the face of his new fragrance Florabotanica despite the fact that she doesn't usually wear perfume. "I was never the one wearing my mom's perfume and trying to be sexy," she says. "I want to be part of this art project. I want to be around Nicolas when he gets excited about fabric. I want to see the look on his face when he sees me put on a dress." [Styleite]
  • Donatella Versace, 57, has revealed the secret of her longevity. "How do I keep young?" she asks. "Haven't you heard? I sleep every night in the deep freezer!" [The Daily Telegraph]
  • Anja Rubik partnered with Kanye West to create what she calls a "very sensual" short film commemorating the new issue of 25 Magazine. "I thought it would be really interesting to make it seem like we were entering Kanye's head," Rubik says. [The Cut]
  • A spokeswoman for Victoria Beckham said rumors that the designer is working with Sarah Jessica Parker on a clothing line are untrue. [Vogue UK]
  • Miranda Kerr says she chose a natural birth when she delivered her son, Flynn, because she "wanted to give him the best possible start in life I could." [The Huffington Post]
  • In October, Banana Republic will deliver a collection inspired by the costumes in the upcoming film adaptation of Anna Karenina, which stars Keira Knightley and will debut in November. [WWD]