All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.
- Miuccia Prada's sketches of the dresses she designed with Baz Luhrmann for The Great Gatsby have been released. This is the third time Prada has worked with the director; their most recent project was the 1996 film Romeo & Juliet. [Telegraph]
- Move over, eBay: there is a new generation of online resale sites hitting the Internet. [Business of Fashion]
- Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery says that her character, Lady Mary Crawley, influences her personal style. [InStyle]
- Mark your calendars: the Valentino Spring 2013 couture show will be live streamed this Wednesday at 12 p.m. EST. [Valentino]
- Newly relocated John Galliano isn't wasting any time hitting New York's fashionable haunts: he was recently spotted having lunch at Sant Ambroeus with Grace Coddington. [Page Six]
- André Leon Talley loves that Michelle Obama is a first lady who isn't afraid to put her hair up in a ponytail. [Vogue]
- Cara Delevingne and Mark Ronson were just a few of the guests spotted at Georgia May Jagger's haunted 21st birthday party. [FabSugar UK]
- Nina Garcia will debut her style makeover web series, Decoding Style With Nina Garcia, tomorrow on Aol on Style's YouTube channel. [Racked]
All the news bits fit to print, here in our daily roundup.
- Newly installed French President Francois Hollande has stripped John Galliano of his membership in the French Legion of Honor. Galliano was awarded the honor in 2010 but was dismissed from his post at Dior for making anti-Semitic comments in Paris early last year. [The Cut]
- Andy Warhol's artwork and eye for color combinations have been incorporated into a Holiday collaboration with Nars cosmetics. Sephora will launch an exclusive run of the products on Oct. 1, and department stores and other specialty stores will get their products on Nov. 1. [WWD]
- Stella Tennant models because she hasn't found anything better to do. "I said I wasn't going to model after having my son," she says. "Now I just think, 'Fine, I enjoy the people a lot.' And I haven't found a better part-time job." [WSJ. Magazine]
- Lululemon has sued Calvin Klein for creating a pair of trousers that infringe on the patent it holds on v-shaped waistbands in yoga pants. [Racked]
- A Brian Atwood ad featuring Candice Swanepoel and a team of half-naked male models writhing around a darkened apartment has been banned from the billboard above Atwood's Madison Avenue store in New York City. [Modelinia]
- InStyle fashion director Hal Rubenstein has taken on the new role of editor at large. The change follows rumors that Rubenstein was trying to find more time to devote to personal projects. [WWD]