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  • The CFDA and Ebay have tapped over 90 designers, including J. Mendel (left) and Prabal Gurung, to design tote bags for its third "You Can't Fake Fashion" initiative. Look for the totes exclusively online on March 18. [Harper's Bazaar]
  • Diane von Furstenberg and Andrew Rosen are teaming up to host Open Market, an evening of food, cocktails, and fashion to benefit the Meatpacking District Improvement Association. []
  • The Great Gatsby is set to open the Cannes Film Festival, which kicks off on May 15. [The New York Times]
  • Simon Doonan attributes his signature sense of humor to his upbringing: "It's a big part of being English — not taking things too seriously, debunking things." [The Business of Fashion]
  • Elle Macpherson has gotten engaged to longtime boyfriend Jeffrey Soffer. [Page Six]
  • GQ Deputy Editor Michael Hainey has an affinity for artful prose: "I've always wanted to be a poet. That's how I started writing," he said. "Poetry teaches you to sort of crystallize your thinking." [MR PORTER]
  • Jenna Lyons has 289 pairs of shoes — or as she refers to them: shiny ponies. [POPSUGAR Style & Trends]
  • Disneyland Paris will hold a fashion show to celebrate its 20th anniversary later this month, featuring designs from the likes of Alber Elbaz and Philip Treacy. [Vogue UK]
  • Will we see another Tom Ford movie hit theaters soon? [Telegraph]
  • Moncler's head of international relations, Phivos Lampros Istavrioglou, was arrested in New York after allegedly stealing a Salvador Dali painting (pictured above) in 2012. [Telegraph]
  • Meanwhile, two men have robbed the De Beers boutique in Printemps, making away with up to $4 million in stolen goods. [WWD]
  • Fendi will take to its Facebook page and website to live stream its Fall 2013 show tomorrow, Feb. 20 at 6:30 a.m. The brand will also stream preshow content, including a backstage diary, on [POPSUGAR Fashion News Inbox]
  • J.Crew has teamed up with Charitybuzz to auction off a lunch meeting with creative director Jenna Lyons to benefit IS 289 Hudson River Middle School. Her time doesn't come cheap, though — the estimated value of the package is $10,000. [Styleite] [break] More of the fashion news you need to know, right here.[/break]
  • Christian Louboutin will now customize your shoes with embroidery to match your tattoos. [Elle]
  • The first pieces from Jonathan Adler's accessories collection for Bloomingdale's are now available online. [She Finds]
  • The artwork of Cindy Sherman inspired photographer Cass Bird's gender-bending video featuring Daria Werbowy. [Nowness] Cass Bird x Daria Werbowy on
All the bits that are fit to print — here, in our daily news roundup.
  • While receiving Glamour's "Fashion Original" title, Jenna Lyons thanked her son, Beckett, and her partner, Courtney Crangi, adding that Crangi has "shown me new love." This was the first public acknowledgement of their relationship after much speculation last year. [NY Mag]
  • Dannijo is set to launch a seven-piece bridal collection inspired by "Old Hollywood glam." [Elle]
  • Linlithgow Palace in Scotland, the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scotts and King James V, has been set as the scene for Chanel's annual Métiers d'Arts show on Dec. 4. It has been rumored that the castle, which lacks a roof, will be covered with a huge glass cube. [Telegraph]
  • The latest surprising source of designer inspiration: the neo-byzantine works of Gustav Klimt, with their opulently rendered gilded surfaces. [NYTimes]
  • Hedi Slimane's Saint Laurent Spring 2013 lookbook for men has been revealed. All 62 pages of it. [GQ]
  • CFDA and Vogue are teaming up to organize an auction whose proceeds will go to the newly launched initiative called Fashion for Sandy Relief. Among the items up for bid: a covetable front-row seat at a fashion show — next to Anna herself. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Carven's collaboration with Petite Bateau, with its sleek yet playful personality, has exclusively hit before it becomes available on Dec. 4 in Petite Bateau stores. [Glamour UK]
  • Beginning in Fall 2013, Parsons The New School for Design will offer both bachelor's and master's degree programs in Paris. [WWD]
  • 007's leading ladies have been recast as your favorite supermodels — Joan Smalls, Hilary Rhoda, and Kate Upton all make appearances. [Modelinia]
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]
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