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  • Liberty Ross covers this week's installment of The Edit. [Net-A-Porter]
  • Opening Ceremony has teamed up with upcoming film Spring Breakers on a capsule collection of beach-ready wears, which will hit stores and online on March 22 — the same day the movie opens in theaters. [The Huffington Post]
  • Allison Williams is ready for the Met Ball: "The theme is punk . . . I've been looking through Sex Pistols photography," she said. "I'm really excited to commit to the theme." [T Magazine]
  • Zaha Hadid has been commissioned to redesign Stuart Weitzman's Milan flagship. [Styleite]
  • Anna Wintour was spotted having dinner with Michael Kors at Da Silvano. [Page Six]
  • Marni's new perfume now has its own website. [Marni Fragrance]
  • These are the last few days to shop Natalie Joos's curated vintage collection for Manhattan Vintage. [Manhattan Vintage]
  • Raf Simons, Dries van Noten, and Marni are among the design houses creating white t-shirts for Selfridges's no noise campaign. [PS Fashion News Inbox]
  • Ruffian is teaming up with Birchbox to debut a limited-edition collection of nail polishes. [POPSUGAR Beauty] [break]More fashion news you need to know, right here.[/break]
  • Carine Roitfeld's beauty secret can't be found in stores: "I would say an hour of ballet lesson each morning . . . you cannot buy it; you have to wake up and do it." [Styleite]
  • Hermès perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena has a romantic tip for picking the perfect scent: "No rush, take the time, because perfume is like a love affair. It's not good to rush a love affair." [The Cut]
  • The New York Times will rebrand The International Herald Tribune this Fall. [WWD]
  • Harper's Bazaar UK editor Justine Picardie says England is ready to prove itself as a main player in fashion: "With the Jubilee and the Olympics, I think it was London at its best. Britain feels very vital at the moment." [Daily Front Row]
  • Karl Lagerfeld's mini film for Fendi's Spring 2013 collection, Peplum People, follows models on a excursion throughout Rome. [Telegraph]
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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