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  • Next week, Coco Rocha will take over the website and social media channels of Sass & Bide, where she'll share self-styled looks as well as pictures shot with her own camera. [Vogue UK]
  • Vivienne Westwood lent the English National Ballet some of her most dramatic gowns for dancers to wear in its new ad campaign. [WWD]
  • Not to be outdone by Virgin Airlines' partnership with Banana Republic, American Airlines has enlisted Kaufman Franco to design uniforms for its entire staff. [Styleite]
  • Bernard Arnault has moved the bulk of his fortune from France to a private foundation based in Belgium in an attempt to prevent LVMH from breaking up if he dies in the next 10 years. [The Financial Times]
  • In time for Valentine's Day, Fleur du Mal is offering custom monogrammed lingerie. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • In a cease-and-desist letter, PETA has asked Bebe to uphold its 2008 decision to stop selling fur. The animal rights organization claims the brand still sells items that include animal skins. [Fashionista]
  • Henry Holland says his casual attitude toward his Twitter account aligns with his brand's desire to be "open, inclusive, and something people want to buy into." [Refinery29]
  • With Fashion Week right around the corner, Fern Mallis revisits how falling plaster helped the industry organize its shows. [ArtInfo]
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All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.
  • Set your clocks: Fern Mallis's 92Y interview with Betsy Johnson will be streamed online at 8:00 pm EST tonight. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Coco Rocha opened up about being a Jehovah's Witness in the latest issue of Du Jour: "There aren't many Witnesses who are in the public eye," she said. "So, yeah, it's hard sometimes when you're here alone. You're not there with someone who can hold your hand and say we'll do this together." [New York Post]
  • This Fashion Week, Vogue will host a "Fashion Hackathon", during which entrepreneurs, designes, and developers pitch digital concepts to compete for a grand prize of over $10,000. [Racked]
  • A new exhibit exploring Chanel's lifestyle and involvement with the arts has opened at the Guangzhou Opera House in China. [WWD]
  • DSquared² is launching its first line of childrenswear to debut in Spring 2014. [Vogue UK]
  • Grace Coddington stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to talk about her memoir, Grace, her modeling days before Vogue, and to give Jimmy the ultimate present. [Styleite]
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  • Joseph Altuzarra, Leandra Medine, and Alexander Wang are among those who made this year's Forbes 30 Under 30 list for art and style. [Forbes]
  • L'Wren Scott will present her Fall 2013 collection during London Fashion Week. [Fashion Etc]
  • Instagram's new terms of service has sparked a negative response from fashion folk such as Nina Garcia, Coco Rocha, and Christian Siriano. []
  • Karlie Kloss, Lily Donaldson, Lindsey Wixon, and Milla Jovovich have contributed some of their favorite recipes to a new cookbook, Model Kitchen. [Telegraph]
  • House of Holland's new iPhone app lets users virtually animate the brand's signature pompom. [House of Holland Blog]
  • Dazed & Confused casting director Noah Shelly says humor is the secret to a successful fashion week: "If you can't laugh during fashion week, good luck and God bless." [AnotherMag]
  • Girls star Lena Dunham has been named Time's coolest person of the year. [Time]
  • Badgley Mischka has launched ecommerce. [WWD]
  • As a part of Selfridges "No Noise" campaign, the department store will debut a silent shopping area in which shoppers will be asked to leave their phones — and shoes — at the door. [Vogue UK]
  • Daisy Lowe shines in H&M's party collection. [H&M YouTube]
  • Prabal Gurung says his Pre-Fall collection represents the intersection of a recent trip to Nepal with distant memories of the 1996 film William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. [Prabal Gurung Facebook]
  • A selection of personal items once belonging to Greta Garbo fetched $1.6 million at auction. [Daily Mail]
  • Hilary Rhoda, Leandra Medine, and Brian Boy join Rebecca Minkoff in a raucous rendition of Mariah Carey's classic: "All I Want For Christmas Is You." [YouTube] Photo: Model Kitchen by Cesare Casier
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  • Revealed: exactly one image from Longchamp's Spring 2013 advertising campaign, starring Coco Rocha. [Instagram User CocoRocha]
  • Do logos really help to sell a product? Selfridges has tapped a series of brands to shed their usual labels as a part of the store's "No Noise" campaign. [Telegraph]
  • Move over, Anna Wintour: Graydon Carter of Vanity Fair wouldn't mind being ambassador to . . . Antigua. [WWD]
  • Rachel Zoe's clothing line will no longer be carried in Saks Fifth Avenue stores, adding fuel to rumors that the collection might be on the decline. [BuzzFeed]
  • L'Wren Scott's first fragrance launched today exclusively in Barneys New York stores and online. [InStyle]
  • Leigh Lezark's subconscious mind might inspire her next hairstyle. [Elle]
  • Burberry Prorsum reflected on a stylish year with a spirited video scored by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. [Elle UK] Photo: Instagram User CocoRocha
  • Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
    • The relaunch of Schiaparelli has been delayed until "June or July" of 2013, according to the brand's spokeswoman Farida Khelfa. The reason? Diego Della Valle, who owns the brand, is still looking for a creative director. [Fashionista]
    • What's next for Tamara Mellon's life after Jimmy Choo? She's writing what she calls an "entrepreneur story" that will be published next year. "It's not strictly a business book and it's not strictly a memoir," she says. "It's a hybrid." [The New York Times]
    • Publishers of some of the nation's biggest fashion and lifestyle magazines, including Condé Nast and Hearst, were forced to close their New York offices during Hurricane Sandy. [WWD]
    • Actor Robert Pattinson will take on a new role as the face of Dior's men's fragrances. His contract with the brand is estimated to be worth $12 million over three years. [E! Online]
    • Twelv magazine hired ice sculptor Takeo Okamoto to create a dress out of ice inspired by Tilda Swinton's portrayal of the Ice Queen in the movie The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Photographers only had 30 minutes to shoot the dress before it melted. [Huff Post Style]
    • Just in time for Halloween, Coco Rocha stars in a decidedly spooky fashion film called Full Moon that Ellen von Unwerth directed for Vs. Magazine. [Styleite]
    Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
    • Terry Richardson photographed Gisele Bündchen for the November 2012 issue of Harper's Bazaar Brazil. The issue marks the magazine's one-year anniversary — which explains the celebratory balloons Bündchen is holding on the cover. [Made in Brazil]
    • Hedi Slimane is keeping his photographic skills sharp now that he's designing Saint Laurent. He photographed models Georgia Hilmer and Sarah Engelland during fittings for his Spring 2013 show. []
    • Kenneth Cole will stage his runway comeback in February during New York Fashion Week. It will be his first show since Spring 2006. [WWD]
    • Azzaro announced today that Mathilde Castello Branco, its creative director of less than a year, will leave the brand and that it "will shortly be announcing her successor." [Vogue UK]
    • Oscar de la Renta, who's dressed first ladies from both political parties, is the subject of a retrospective that will go on display next month at the Clinton Presidential Library. André Leon Talley curated the exhibit, titled Oscar de la Renta: An American Icon. [Fashionista]
    • Promos for the new model reality show The Face — starring Naomi Campbell, Coco Rocha, and Karolina Kurkova — reveal a glimpse of just how intense the competition will be once the show goes on air in February. [Modelinia]
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