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Remember the Native American headdress Karlie Kloss wore in the Victoria's Secret show last week? The brand has released an apology to those who may have taken offense: "We sincerely apologize, as we absolutely had no intention to offend anyone. Out of respect, we will not be including the outfit in any broadcast, marketing materials, nor in any other way." [Fashionista]
Karolína Kurková has revealed her reasons for participating in Naomi Campbell's reality series, The Face: to help young models avoid the insecurities she faced early in her career. "Having someone to give you that confidence and tell you that you're beautiful makes a huge difference and makes you work harder," she says. [Vogue UK]
The apartment of Russian model Irina Shayk has joined the list of Hurricane Sandy victims. [NY Post]
Penélope Cruz has been tapped as the new face of Loewe. [Elle UK]
Michael Kors has pledged $1 million for Sandy relief through the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. [WWD]
In honor of the holidays, Christian Dior will be decorating the windows of Printemps Haussmann with bespoke dolls wearing exact replicas of iconic Dior designs. [Vogue UK]
Dree Hemingway makes her debut on the big screen with Starlet, in theaters nationwide today. See the trailer below. [Modelinia]