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These stories and more here, in our daily news roundup.
  • Gisele Bündchen released the first picture of daughter Vivian Lake Brady on her Facebook page. The caption reads, "Love is everything!!!! Happy Friday, much love to all." [Facebook User Gisele Bündchen]
  • Chanel's iconic Rue Cambon boutique is slated to expand. [WWD]
  • Chris Benz, Badgley Mischka, and Cynthia Rowley have all been tapped to create a capsule collection of outerwear for London Fog, which will hit stores in August. [Glamour]
  • NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell secured the highly coveted seat next to Anna Wintour at Thursday's Kimberly Ovitz show. [New York Post]
  • Wes Gordon, Giulietta's Sofia Sizzi, and Cushnie et Ochs's Michelle Ochs and Carly Cushnie are among the designers who will participate in the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund's Americans in Paris program during Paris Fashion Week. [WWD]
  • Portraits of Diane von Furstenberg, Calvin Klein, and Carolina Herrera are featured in Andy Warhol's latest exhibit, Andy Warhol Photography, which will open on Feb. 11 in London. [Vogue UK]
  • Rag & Bone's latest bag, the Pilot Clutch, is now available online and in stores. [Elle]
  • In other ecommerce news, a collection of vintage clothing and accessories curated by Natalie Joos for the Manhattan Vintage show is now shoppable. [Manhattan Vintage]
  • Not only did Hanneli Mustaparta star in Diesel Black Gold's Spring 2013 campaign, shot by Theo Wenner, but she also styled it. [POPSUGAR Fashion News Inbox]
These stories and more here, in our daily news roundup.
  • To celebrate the launch of her ecommerce site next month, Victoria Beckham will release Icon, a capsule collection featuring the most popular dresses from her brand's history. [Vogue UK]
  • Diane von Furstenberg will revive her popular collection for Gap Kids in April. [Fashion Foie Gras]
  • Mark your calendars: Barneys New York has announced that it will launch a dedicated outlet site,, on Monday. [Racked]
  • Michael Kors plans to open its largest flagship ever later this year in SoHo. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Picture-based social media app Pose is quickly gaining the attention — and admiration — of the fashion crowd. [Mashable]
  • J.Crew has enlisted Glenn O'Brien to be the first-ever outside editorial contributor in the most recent issue of J.Crew Style Guide. [WWD]
  • After her debut presentation last season, Katie Holmes's fashion line, Holmes & Yang, will not be returning to Lincoln Center this season. [The Huffington Post]
  • In other Fashion Week news, Rachel Roy is the latest designer to decide to present her Fall 2013 collection in a digital fashion show; it will be available for viewing on her brand's Facebook page on Feb. 14 at 11 a.m. [The Fabulous Report]
Above: A dress from Victoria Beckham's Icon collection.
These stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Alexa Chung will style three lucky women in a photo shoot for Maje. The pictures will be unveiled online and in Maje stores during Paris Fashion Week in February. [Telegraph]
  • J.W. Anderson and Simone Rocha have won the British Fashion Council's NewGen sponsorship. The grant will help fund the designers' runway shows at London Fashion Week in February. [WWD]
  • A new world record for the longest catwalk has been set in Hong Kong. [Vogue UK]
  • Zac Posen and his posse of Spring 2013 supermodels will appear on The Face. Will we finally get to the bottom of the infamous Fashion Week slapping scandal? [Oxygen]
  • No Doubt and Fred Perry have collaborated on a three-piece capsule collection. The polo shirt, sweater, and bomber jacket hit stores and online soon. [Grazia Daily]
  • Comme des Garcon's iPad app, Moving Six, may be the chicest addition to the Apple Store yet. [Details]
  • New Yorkers, set your alarms. The Diane von Furstenberg sample sale starts tomorrow at 9 a.m. [Racked]
  • Discover the answer to the question that rendered InStyle Style Director Samira Nasr speechless, tomorrow. [StyleCore Facebook]
  • These stories and more in our daily news roundup.
    • We now know what not to expect from J.W. Anderson's future collections. "I hate dresses," he said. "Nowadays women want to mix things, a dress limits you in that capacity." [Telegraph]
    • On Liya Kebede's holiday wish list this year? Donations. [T Magazine]
    • Bulgari has joined the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style. [L.A. Times]
    • The Birkin has been reincarnated in its most exotic material yet: Legos. [Design Taxi]
    • Comme des Garcons is set to open its very first New York store next year. [WWD]
    • In the wake of the recent shakeups at Ford Models, Laura Love has left for DNA models. [Page Six]
    • Watch out, Martha Stewart: Diane von Furstenberg may just be the next great hostess on the scene. [Elle]
    • The Fendi Casa showroom in Miami played host to an Andy Warhol exhibition during Art Basel. [Harper's Bazaar]
    Photo via Lemlem.