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All the bits fit to print, here in our daily news roundup.
  • Karl Lagerfeld has revealed the location of Chanel's next Métiers d'Art show. "I will go to Dallas," he said. "You know why? First of all, I love Texas. I love Texans." [Vogue UK]
  • Lee Radziwill will reportedly cover Deborah Needleman's debut issue of T Magazine next month. [Daily Front Row]
  • Bryan Boy's grandmother Eleonora is the namesake of Rebecca Minkoff's latest bag, the Elle. [Racked]
  • Stella McCartney will launch her first collection of eyeglasses in March. Prices will range from $230 to $245. [FashionUnited]
  • Did designer Hanae Mori inspire all the butterflies in the Spring 2013 collections? [W Magazine]
  • Gucci's new scent Forever Now, which will debut this week, features notes of Florentine iris, orange blossom, and leather. [WWD]
  • Manuel Mota, creative director of the bridal label Pronovias, passed away on Tuesday. He was 46. [Vogue UK]
  • Target will now match the prices of identical goods offered on Amazon,, and [InStyle]
  • This year's BAFTA nominees have been announced. [BAFTA]
  • H&M's luxury line, & Other Stories, is set to open seven boutiques across Europe and launch online this Spring. [Fashionologie Inbox]
All the bits fit to print, here in our daily news roundup.
  • Nicolas Ghesquière's first tweet features a picture of a Star Wars stormtrooper helmet. [Twitter]
  • Thank you to all of you for such a fantastic welcome !… — Nicolas Ghesquiere (@TWNGhesquiere) January 4, 2013
  • Tory Burch became a billionaire in the settlement agreement she reached with her ex-husband, Chris Burch, on New Year's Eve. [Bloomberg]
  • Louis Vuitton has tapped fashion illustrator Kerrie Hess to create paper dolls inspired by the brand's Spring 2013 collection. [Fashion Foie Gras]
  • Hanne Gaby doesn't pack much — or at all — before going on a journey. Unless, of course, she's headed off to Fashion Week. [i-D Online]
  • Montblanc will open a pop-up shop at the St. Regis Hotel in Washington DC during President Obama's inauguration festivities. [WWD]
  • What do Heidi Klum, Marc Jacobs, and Karl Lagerfeld have in common? They're all 5'10". [Racked]
  • Macy's lawsuit against Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and J.C. Penny is set to go to trial next month. [WWD]
  • In the latest issue of Elle UK, Anja Rubik reveals that a picture, at its most basic level, is about sexuality. [Modelinia]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Versace cast Kate Moss, Joan Smalls, and Daria Werbowy for its Spring 2013 campaign. [Modelinia]
  • Karl Lagerfeld has taken his New York apartment, at 50 Gramercy Park North, off the market for the fourth time since his first attempt at selling it last year. [Curbed]
  • LVMH boss Bernard Arnault's application for a Belgian passport might be declined because he doesn't meet the nation's citizenship requirements. [Vogue UK]
  • Jimmy Choo today unveiled plans to launch a second fragrance, called Flash, come Spring. [Fashion Etc]
  • Condé Nast's newest title, BeautyScoop, is a collaboration with mass retailer Walmart. [WWD]
  • How festive: Proenza Schouler's holiday card opens to reveal a photograph of two grinning monkeys. []
  • Naomi Campbell's torn ligament hasn't dampened her social schedule. The supermodel dined with Steven Meisel and Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele at New York's Beatrice Inn on Thursday and was also spotted talking with Calvin Klein, Vera Wang, and Donna Karan there. [Styleite]
  • School might be out for Winter break, but tourists who visit New York during the holidays can still learn a lot about the industry thanks to two of the city's ongoing exhibits. [Teen Vogue]
Photo courtesy of Versace.
All the news bits fit to print here, in our daily roundup.
  • The Palace has confirmed that Kate Middleton is pregnant. [PopSugar]
  • Which of course led everyone to tweet a lot. [The Huffington Post]
  • Meanwhile, Karl Lagerfeld has been teamed with footwear brand Melissa to design capsule collections over the next four seasons. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Talk about a fashion addiction. Damien Hirst has created wearable art out of The Row's signature crocodile backpack and multicolored prescription pills. [Just On Eye]
  • Dressing to impress takes on a whole different meaning when it comes to a job interview with Anna Wintour. [The Cut]
  • Indian artist Reena Kallat will design an art installation for the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum in Mumbai with Ermenegildo Zegna as part of the ZegnArt program, which promotes contemporary art and cultural exchange between Italy and other countries. [WWD]
  • Gwyneth Paltrow, Marion Cotillard, and Kate Hudson star in remakes of iconic photographs and cinematic moments. [Guest of a Guest]
  • Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are appearing in court today after being accused of evading more than €400,000,000 ($522,120,000 at current exchange) in taxes. [Telegraph]
  • Ugg boots, Coach bags, and Michael Kors watches were among Cyber Monday's bestsellers. [Racked]
  • The Smithsonian is set to place The Dom Pedro, a 10,363 carat aquamarine — the largest of its kind — on permanent display on Dec. 6. [The Washington Post]
  • Lily Donaldson is the star of Free People's kaleidoscopic December catalog video. [Modelinia]
  • All the news bits fit to print here, in our daily roundup.
  • Chanel has revealed the Karl Lagerfeld-drawn invitation for Tuesday's Métiers d'Art show in Scotland. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Selita Ebanks does not plan to walk the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show again. "I've done, what, five, six shows? I've experienced my V.S. days," she said. [The Cut]
  • Victoria Beckham, Donatella Versace, and Diane von Furstenberg have been named judges for the 2012 International Woolmark Prize. The trio will decide the best Merino wool designer during London Fashion Week in February. [Vogue UK]
  • Converse has teamed with Kevin Lyons for a collection of Chuck Taylor sneakers. The shoes hit Colette on Dec. 10. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Lover's exclusive capsule collection is now available on Net-A-Porter. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Mark your calendars! The Jean Paul Gaultier retrospective exhibit will open at the Brooklyn Museum in Oct. 2013. [WWD]
  • After postponing her annual Halloween party due to Hurricane Sandy, Heidi Klum will host a haunted holiday bash this weekend at Finale. [NY Post]
  • Monique Lhuillier has landed in New York with a flagship store on the Upper East Side. [The Wall Street Journal]
  • Yvette Mattern's art installation, "Global Rainbow, After the Storm", has lit up the New York City skyline to raise awareness for Hurricane Sandy victims. [W Magazine]
  • Who's that girl? Topshop has released a teaser video for its first holiday campaign, the face of which won't be revealed until the full video hits on Dec. 4. [Topshop]