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  • Andrew Allen and Georg Petschnigg used their app Paper by Fifty Three to sketch moments from WWD's CEO Summit, like Karl Lagerfeld's Q&A with Bridget Foley. [WWD]
  • Will Gemma Ward return to modeling? [Perth Now]
  • Jason Wu won't accept outside investors anytime soon: "I've always grown based on whatever I can afford," Wu said. "I know what I'm spending. It's my money. It's kept me quite realistic in what I can do." [Washington Post]
  • Anna Sui resurrected a floral pattern originally used in her Spring 2009 collection for her luggage collaboration with Tumi. [Teen Vogue]
  • This year's Oscar nominees have been announced. [BuzzSugar]
  • Damien Hirst's signature polka dots adorn the statuette he designed for the 2013 Brit Awards. [Vogue UK]
  • Daniel Vosovic's target demographic is "the whiskey-drinking perfectionist." [Fashionista]
  • Dolce & Gabbana's Spring 2013 video captures the ideal Sicilian Summer holiday. [AnotherMag]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Givenchy won't stage a Couture Week show for the press in January but still plans to see private clients. [WWD]
  • Meanwhile, Tom Ford has publicly listed his next show on the London Fashion Week schedule for February. [Grazia]
  • Some of the 24 contestants on The Face are already working models with big clients like Tory Burch, Christian Louboutin, Target, and Forever 21. [Oxygen]
  • The CFDA has raised $1.7 million to benefit the Hurricane Sandy relief effort. All of the proceeds will be donated to local charities. [CFDA]
  • Ecommerce success stories like Bonobos and Warby Parker are opening up physical stores in response to their customers' desire to try garments on before they buy them. [On the Runway]
  • Elsewhere in retail, the iconic French store Galeries Lafayette is rumored to be interested in buying its equally iconic next-door neighbor, Printemps. [WWD]
  • Roland Mouret will curate an exhibition of Norman Parkinson's photography for the Bath in Fashion festival this April. [Vogue UK]
  • Political insiders say Anna Wintour is "open" to becoming the United States ambassador to France. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • DJ Kiss, who's spun records at parties for Diane von Furstenberg and Alexander Wang, is the latest musical talent to sign with Wilhelmina Models Artist Management. [Page Six]
  • Who owns Saturday? After a few weeks of legal volleys, Kate Spade has asked a New York court to declare that its new label Kate Spade Saturday does not infringe on the trademark of the menswear line Saturdays Surf NYC. [WWD]
  • Jason Wu says his new line Miss Wu is for a girl who's a "little more worn in, a little grittier, her hair is a little messier, her makeup might be from the night before." [Fashionista]
Photo courtesy of Givenchy.
These stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Eva Herzigova is expecting her third child with partner Gregorio Marsiaj. [Fashion Etc]
  • Vermeil, Saint Laurent's line of couture jewelry, is now available for preorder. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Apparently, the first step to scoring a bargain is dressing for the hunt. [On the Runway]
  • The Museum at FIT will host "Shoe Obsession," an exhibition regarding fashion's fascination with footwear. The show will bow in February next year. [WWD]
  • And at another museum across the pond, Roksanda Ilincic will discuss the connection between Pre-Raphaelite art and fashion. [Vogue UK]
  • Actor Stephen Dorff will be the face of Emporio Armani's next fragrance for men in 2013. [Page Six]
  • Topping Jason Wu's holiday list: the perfect Sunday brunch companion. Jason, can we try out? [Teen Vogue]
  • The Douglas Hannant gold silk tuxedo Beyoncé wore in the Love on Top music video will be auctioned off for charity this weekend. [Telegraph]
  • Out of Africa: Maiyet tapped director Cary Fukunaga to create Sleepwalking in the Rift, a short film to showcase the brand's Resort 2013 collection. [Fashionologie Inbox]