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  • David Bowie has tapped longtime friend Paul Smith to design the official t-shirt for Bowie's upcoming album, The Next Day. [Vogue UK]
  • Dita Von Teese debuted the first completely 3D printed dress, which was made out of powdered nylon and adorned with 12,000 black Swarovski crystals, at the Ace Hotel in New York. [Paper Magazine]
  • Chanel has released a limited-edition collection of nail polishes to celebrate the opening of its new beauty boutique in Hong Kong. [She Finds] [break]These stories and more here, in our daily news roundup.[/break]
  • Meanwhile, Chanel has also opened a pop-up flower stall in London's Covent Garden selling blooms featured in some of the brand's signature scents. [Refinery29]
  • After 10 seasons, What Not to Wear will go off the air. [People]
  • Valentino dressed the most stars this award season with a total of 14 red carpet moments. [Grazia Daily]
  • Dove took its Real Beauty campaign undercover with a little Photoshop trickery. [Mashable]
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  • Vanessa Paradis is the new face of H&M's environmentally friendly clothing line Conscious. [NY Daily News]
  • Loewe and Junya Watanabe are collaborating as part of a joint initiative meant to strengthen relations between Spain and Japan. The first pieces from the collaboration will be unveiled during Watanabe's upcoming Paris Fashion Week show. [Vogue UK]
  • Dita Von Teese will wear custom Alexis Mabille at the debut of her new burlesque show in Los Angeles next month. [The Belfast Telegraph]
  • Barneys Chelsea Co-Op may be closing, but rumor has it the retailer is searching for a prime spot in downtown Manhattan for their next flagship. [The Shophound]
  • Giorgio Armani has opened a new women's-only retail concept in Paris to showcase the designer's couture accessories. [WWD]
  • Azzedine Alaïa has signed a fragrance and makeup deal with Beauté Prestige International. [Telegraph]
  • After last season's break, Steven Alan will return to the New York Fashion Week schedule — and this time he's presenting at Lincoln Center. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Betsey Johnson, however, has decided to cancel her usual Fashion Week show. [The Cut]
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  • Dita Von Teese has some wise words to avoid style ridicule: "You can be a juicy, ripe peach, and there's still going to be someone who doesn't like peaches, so you can either submit to someone's criticism of you, or you can get on with the business of being your own amazing self who attracts other like-minded people that appreciate you." [XOJane]
  • Olivier Rousteing's fail-safe hangover remedy begins at McDonald's: "I buy nine nuggets, barbeque sauce, a burger, McFlurry, and potatoes. I swear when you get out of the club at 6 or 7, and you wait a bit till McDonald's opens, that’s the best cure." [Fashionista]
  • Approximately €3.5 million worth of jewelry (or $4.6 million at current exchange) was stolen from Vionnet owner Goga Ashkenazi while she was on vacation in Uruguay with her boyfriend, Lapo Elkann. [Vogue UK]
  • The year 2013 is already off to a good start for Stella McCartney: she's been made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for services in fashion. [WWD]
  • Meanwhile, Bulgari has been accused of evading approximately €70 million (or $92.74 million at current exchange) in taxes. [Telegraph]
  • Cacharel will not show during Paris Fashion Week in February. [Elle UK]
  • Speaking of collections, former J.Crew designer Marissa Webb will debut her namesake line this month. [SheFinds]
  • A New Year's letter from Hearst Corporation President David Carey revealed that Esquire is poised to announce a "bold new partnership — an initiative that will dramatically expand the Esquire franchise." [Hearst Corporation]
  • Israel has passed a new law banning models with a BMI of less than 18.5 from appearing in advertisements. [The Wall Street Journal]
  • For all the modern gents: The Mr Porter Paperback — The Manual for a Stylish Life: Volume One answers an essential question — what really is the best way to dance at a wedding? [Fashionologie Inbox]
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  • Shouldn't every day be Saturday? That's the idea behind the new brand Kate Spade Saturday, a standalone label with its own stores and website that will launch for Spring 2013. The price point is about 50 percent lower than Kate Spade New York; the average price for a garment from Saturday is $90. [WWD]
  • Vogue isn't just celebrating its 120th anniversary with a new book. On Dec. 6, HBO will premiere the documentary In Vogue: The Editor's Eye, a tribute to legendary editors from Polly Mellen to Grace Coddington. "They have always been our secret weapon," said Anna Wintour. "So it seemed to me that we could celebrate Vogue, and also, at the same time, celebrate these great editors." [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Valentino, Oscar de la Renta, Balenciaga, and M Missoni are each auctioning off one-month Summer internships through CharityBuzz. The money raised will benefit Rosie's Theater Kids, a New York charity that aims to improve the lives of children through performing arts. [Vogue UK]
  • The collaborations just won't stop. Kirna Zabete is working on a collection for Nine West that will debut in February. [The Cut]
  • Dita Von Teese's first application of red lipstick happened at age 13. "I remember one time putting on a red and thinking, 'This changes everything. This is all you really need,'" she said. [Into the Gloss]
  • Photographer Justin Wu cast an international laundry list of models — including Olivia Palermo, RJ King, and River Viiperi — in his latest edition of Boys and Girls of Fashion Week. [YouTube]