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Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Marni is gearing up to release its first fragrance, a blend of woody smells, spices, and rose oil named Marni. The perfume's ad campaign stars Raquel Zimmermann shot by Nick Knight, and a 100 ml bottle will go for $105 when it reaches stores next February. "It's a perfume that's quite individual, that doesn't evoke anything in particular," said the brand's creative director Consuelo Castiglioni. [WWD]
  • Coach just won a lawsuit against a network of 600 websites that sold counterfeit Coach goods. A judge awarded the brand $257 million in damages, the biggest amount of money ever won in a counterfeiting case. [Fashion Etc]
  • Ralph Lauren announced that it will close its Rugby line, aimed at younger customers, next February "in order to focus resources on higher growth, more scalable global opportunities with the core Ralph Lauren brand." [Fashion Foie Gras]
  • Jenna Lyons has been named one of Glamour's women of the year. Her boss, Mickey Drexler, told the magazine, "I'm partial, but I think she's a woman of the year every year." [Glamour]
  • Model Sophie Dahl has confirmed that she and husband Jamie Cullum are going to have a second child. The couple had a daughter named Lyra last March. [Vogue UK]
  • Mark Badgley and James Mischka were at their house in Long Island when it was struck by a tree blown down by Hurricane Sandy's winds. Luckily, neither designer was hurt. [Page Six]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Rinko Kikuchi, Aubrey Plaza, Patricia Clarkson, and Gemma Arterton star in Miu Miu's short film It's Getting Late, which will be screened at the Venice Film Festival. The film is the fourth chapter in the label's "Women's Tales" series and was directed by Massy Tadjedin. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Carolyn Murphy stars on the cover of Vogue Italia's September issue, for which Steven Meisel photographed her in a room full of masks. [The Fashion Spot]
  • President Obama has come under fire for sitting down for a Q&A with Glamour editor in chief Cindi Leive. One commentator said the interview would "open him up to fair criticism that he is avoiding the sharper questions others would pose to him — especially from the press corps during press conferences." [The Financial Times]
  • Karl Lagerfeld's second exclusive collection for Net-a-Porter will reach the retailer's website on Wednesday. [Vogue UK]
  • Chanel has paired scented body creams with the 13 fragrances from its Les Exclusifs collection, which will appear in stores and online beginning in September. [Fashion Etc.]
  • Zahia Dehar, the 20-year-old French lingerie designer, will show her line at New York Fashion Week. [Fashionista]
  • Public relations and consulting firm KCD will stage digital fashion shows for See by Chloé, Pierre Balmain, and Prabal Gurung's ICB during New York Fashion Week. [WWD]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Tavi Gevinson has accused Seventeen magazine of plagiarizing the Ask a Grown Man videos she publishes on her website Rookie. Gevinson says the magazine's Ask an A-Lister video series "is the first time that I've felt that something I've done, or Rookie has done, has been copied." [Racked]
  • Natasha Poly stars on the cover of Vogue Russia's August 2012 issue. Some have criticized the cover because it appears part of the model's arm is missing. A Photoshop mishap, perhaps? [The Huffington Post]
  • Glamour apologized for accidentally publishing an old picture of model Daul Kim, who committed suicide in 2009, in its August issue. "We had no idea about the backstory, and are heartbroken to learn this news," said the magazine's editor in chief Cindi Leive. [Fashionista]
  • Steven Klein shot the campaign for Lady Gaga's new fragrance, Fame, in which the singer reclines naked with a small army of small men crawling over her skin. [Fashion Etc]
  • Visionaire has packed all of its 61 issues into a custom trunk by Goyard. The one-of-a-kind trunk is price upon request. [The Cut]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Kate Moss wears a bevy of designers in the June issue of Harper's Bazaar, including Salvatore Ferragamo, Calvin Klein, and Alexander McQueen. Moss was photographed by Terry Richardson and styled by Andrew Richardson (no relation). [Fashion Etc.]
  • Miranda Kerr says her favorite runway job was for Balenciaga because she "was pregnant at the time, so my son Flynn and I walked the catwalk together," Kerr said. "He was in my belly, so it made it really special." [Vogue UK]
  • Jenna Lyons says Iris Apfel should be tasked with reviving the Schiaparelli brand now that it's coming back to the market. "She's so full of life and she's got an incredible attitude. I don’t think she'd want to, but I think she would be amazing," Lyons said. [Page Six]
  • Erin Heatherton, face of Victoria's Secret's fitness line, VSX, has plenty of wellness tips but says she doesn't fret about what she eats. "You can't stress too much about it. I work out and I eat right and I can't be too hard on myself about making mistakes." [FitSugar]
  • Glamour will devote its entire September issue to fashion, using every editorial page for some kind of style coverage. Readers can follow the progress of the issue on Glamour's Pinterest page. [Glamour]
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