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All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.
  • Lane Crawford fused fashion with technology to produce its first ever 3D campaign for Spring 2013 shot by Nick Knight. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Gisele Bündchen has been named the new face of Chanel Beauty. [BellaSugar]
  • Karl Lagerfeld celebrated his new photo exhibit for Cassina in Paris last night. "All those things I photographed are things I love," the Kaiser said. "[Cassina has] the most beautiful iconic pieces in the world of furniture editions." [WWD]
  • Lena Dunham is rumored to be working on an upcoming comedy based on the memoir of a former personal shopper at Bergdorf Goodman. [Vogue UK]
  • Kate Moss's secret to healthy nails is "eating well and juicing — the more vitamins you have the better the condition of your nails." [Telegraph]
  • Kate Spade will become the second fashion house to self-launch a fragrance when the brand releases its new scent, Live Colorfully, in April. [WWD]
  • Makeup heiress Claire Courtin is set to debut her DJ-ing skills this Fashion Week at a party she is cohosting with TL-180. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • 2013 is already shaping up to be a big year for Jason Wu, who just signed a partnership with Lancome. [Reuters]
  • Intern Labor Rights, a subsection of Occupy Wall Street, will protest unpaid internships during New York Fashion Week. [BuzzFeed]
  • Pamela Love's favorite tailor? A pair of scissors. "I really don't go to a tailor much," she added. [Garance Doré]
  • Fashion just got funnier, thanks to Barneys New York. The department store has tapped comedians Mindy Kaling, Leslie Mann, Aubrey Plaza, and Will Forte to select (and hilariously narrate) their favorite seasonal pieces. [The Window]
  • Speaking of Barneys, its Spring windows will feature a series of surreal films (a still from which is pictured below) by Italian artist Yuri Ancarani. [WWD]
Top photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford; Bottom photo: Courtesy of Barneys New York
All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.
  • 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]
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