All the news bits fit to print, here in our daily roundup.
- Tyra Banks has put her stamp on quite a few television projects — a talk show, a reality show — so it's no surprise that the supermodel now has a sitcom in the works. The ABC-produced show will be titled Fivehead and is inspired by the supermodel's awkward high school years. [Deadline]
- In other media mogul news, Terry Richardson and Ann Caruso have given Oprah Winfrey the high-fashion treatment. [Harper's Bazaar]
- But the high-fashion treatment doesn't always work for everyone. Apparently consumers in the UK do not like it when hot supermodels turn up in one of their favorite mall store catalogs — even if the supermodel in question is Helena Christensen. [Huffington Post]
- Speaking of complaints, Tory Burch will appear on Rock Center with Brian Williams this Thursday to discuss the lawsuit her ex-husband Chris Burch recently filed against her. Joanna Coles will also be there, to offer support. [The Cut]
- And isn't it nice when people support one another? Especially designers. For example, Derek Lam says he loves what Joseph Altuzarra has been up to: "His work is really exciting." [Grazia UK]
- Also exciting, but in a different way. The much-anticipated Chanel No.5 ad starring Brad Pitt has finally arrived. [YouTube]