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  • Kate Moss was shot by Terry Richardson for Matchless's debut fashion ad campaign. [Vogue UK]
  • Riccardo Tisci will design the costumes for this Spring's production of Boléro at the Opéra de Paris. [WWD]
  • Jeremy Piven has been tapped to play the title character in Mr Selfridge, a 10-part miniseries chronicling the famed London department store's impact on Britain. The first episode debuts later this month on PBS. [WWD]
  • Diane von Furstenberg has some advice for dealing with negative energy: "Be honest with yourself, accept who you are. YOU are the solution! Look for the light and build around it." [The Cut]
  • PETA has teamed with Topshop to campaign against the use of animal skins in clothing. [Racked]
  • Starting this Spring, Bergdorf Goodman will undergo a series of renovations — 40 in total — to improve its in-store shopping experience. [The Shophound]
  • Rita Ora is the face of Superga's Spring 2013 campaign. [Elle]
  • Freja Beha Erichsen is the ethereal beauty in the behind-the-scenes video for Valentino's Spring scent, Valentina Acqua Floreale. [Styleite]
All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.
  • Lane Crawford fused fashion with technology to produce its first ever 3D campaign for Spring 2013 shot by Nick Knight. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Gisele Bündchen has been named the new face of Chanel Beauty. [BellaSugar]
  • Karl Lagerfeld celebrated his new photo exhibit for Cassina in Paris last night. "All those things I photographed are things I love," the Kaiser said. "[Cassina has] the most beautiful iconic pieces in the world of furniture editions." [WWD]
  • Lena Dunham is rumored to be working on an upcoming comedy based on the memoir of a former personal shopper at Bergdorf Goodman. [Vogue UK]
  • Kate Moss's secret to healthy nails is "eating well and juicing — the more vitamins you have the better the condition of your nails." [Telegraph]
  • Kate Spade will become the second fashion house to self-launch a fragrance when the brand releases its new scent, Live Colorfully, in April. [WWD]
  • Makeup heiress Claire Courtin is set to debut her DJ-ing skills this Fashion Week at a party she is cohosting with TL-180. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • 2013 is already shaping up to be a big year for Jason Wu, who just signed a partnership with Lancome. [Reuters]
  • Intern Labor Rights, a subsection of Occupy Wall Street, will protest unpaid internships during New York Fashion Week. [BuzzFeed]
  • Pamela Love's favorite tailor? A pair of scissors. "I really don't go to a tailor much," she added. [Garance Doré]
  • Fashion just got funnier, thanks to Barneys New York. The department store has tapped comedians Mindy Kaling, Leslie Mann, Aubrey Plaza, and Will Forte to select (and hilariously narrate) their favorite seasonal pieces. [The Window]
  • Speaking of Barneys, its Spring windows will feature a series of surreal films (a still from which is pictured below) by Italian artist Yuri Ancarani. [WWD]
Top photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford; Bottom photo: Courtesy of Barneys New York
>> Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Today is Kirsten Dunst's 30th birthday, and what better way to celebrate her acting and modeling career — which she started at age 3 in a commercial for Kix cereal — than by taking a look back at her style transformation? [InStyle]
  • Nick Wooster, who was fired from his position as men's fashion director of Bergdorf Goodman last year, has landed a new job as the creative director of menswear at JC Penney. Wooster was let go two days after GQ published an interview in which he said, "I am just an old midget queen who, you know, had the good fortune to get this job and it's like, 'How did that happen?'" [NYP]
  • Former Vogue special events director Stephanie Winston Wolkoff is leaving her current position as fashion director at Lincoln Center to start her own agency. With SWW Creative, Wolkoff's goal is to "forge new partnerships in fashion, beauty and entertainment." [WWD]
  • Victoria Beckham's 9-month-old daughter, Harper, is still in diapers, but she's already received her first modeling offer. In an open letter to the youngest Beckham, baby clothing company My First Year wrote, "Both your parents are fashion icons, and we can see no reason why you shouldn't start your own career in the fashion industry even at your young age . . . You were therefore the immediate first choice for our campaign." Whether Victoria and David sit Harper in front of the camera remains to be seen. [Stylelist]
  • Is it harder for female designers to succeed in New York fashion than it is for men? In a new column, Nicole Phelps analyzes why many of the woman-oriented industry's most celebrated talents are men. "Part of the story seems to be that male designers strive for art while female designers strive for humanity, and this difference influences, even defines, the success they achieve," she writes. [] Photo: Kirsten Dunst at the London premiere of Melancholia
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