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Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Gisele Bundchen celebrates her 32nd birthday today. [W Magazine]
  • Kate Moss covers the August issue of Harper's Bazaar Ukraine, wearing clothing by Roberto Cavalli and Salvatore Ferragamo in an image shot by Terry Richardson. [Fashion Foie Gras]
  • Madonna's younger brother Christopher Ciccone will show his first collection of footwear during London Fashion Week in September. Buyers have been told to expect "a welcome reprieve to the often unwearable designs of late." [Vogue UK]
  • Not to be outdone by Ralph Lauren or Stella McCartney, Salvatore Ferragamo has designed a set of Olympic uniforms for the Republic of San Marino. [The Daily Telegraph]
  • Is Dame Vivienne Westwood a vain woman? No. "I look in the mirror in the morning, I put my makeup on, and I think about how old I'm getting, and then I forget about it and that's that. I'm just quite happy and satisfied with myself," she says. "Actually, I think I look my best." [Interview]
  • Those who can't attend the physical Barneys Warehouse Sale (in New York from Aug. 23 to Sept. 3) will be able to shop the sale online for the first time this year. [Racked]
  • Kate Spade's senior director of creative Katia Kuethe says the brand doesn't need celebrity endorsements. "I think the whole celebrity thing has become very formulaic: the idea of using a celebrity just for the sake of using one," she says. [
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Barneys unveiled elements of its website redesign on Thursday and will launch the new site's full features on Monday. Next week, customers will be able to "favorite" products — similar to "liking" a page on Facebook — and share their favorites through social media channels. "We are not changing the DNA of Barneys but reviving the way we communicate with customers," said Barneys' chief merchant Daniella Vitale. [Barneys]
  • Rodarte has partnered with the Los Angeles Philharmonic to create costumes for an upcoming production of Don Giovanni. "The costumes are the kind of thing that you want to lift the music — you don't want to compete or kill it," said Kate Mulleavy. [Styleite]
  • Istituto Marangoni, the Milanese fashion school where Domenico Dolce learned his craft, is planning to open an outpost in Shanghai. "We are proud to accompany the developing process of the fashion system in China," said the new school's director, Tim Borgmann. [Material World]
  • A California judge granted class action status to a lawsuit against L'Oreal in which plaintiffs complain the brand didn't warn consumers that its Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Anti-Frizz Serum is flammable. Almost 10 million units of the serum have been sold in the United States since February 2008. [Fashion Etc.]
  • Net-a-Porter has turned out to be a good investment for Richemont, the luxury conglomerate that owns Cartier, Chloé, and Alaia. The brand's sales helped boost Richemont's profits by 43 percent to $1.9 billion in 2011. [Vogue UK]
  • St. John is looking for a new owner. The American brand, which is known for its suits and which has counted Angelina Jolie and Kate Winslet among its spokeswomen in recent years, has been owned by Vestar Capital Partners since 1999. [WWD]
Photo: Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet during London Fashion Week Fall 2012.