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  • Michael Kors has partnered with the United Nations World Food Programme on a long-term initiative to fight hunger. In addition to releasing a capsule collection of watches this March, the designer has also revealed a star-studded PSA featuring Seth Meyers, Karolina Kurkova, Bette Midler, and more. "The fact is, hunger is a solvable problem and I’m proud that we can be a part of the solution," Kors explains. [Destination Kors]
  • Claudia Schiffer wishes she could give some advice to her 17-year-old self: "In five years time Hermès will ask if they can name a bag after you, as they have Kelly and Birkin. Ignore your agent and say 'Yes'." [Telegraph]
  • Speaking of bags, Alexander Wang will design one based on sketches made by friends on the Samsung Galaxy Note II. "I am most inspired from my everyday life and the people that surround me," the designer said. "This collaboration represents a new way that technology and style can come together." [WWD]
  • Narciso Rodriguez has been named Woolmark's new fashion ambassador. [Vogue UK]
  • The cult '90s brand X-Girl is now shoppable online after nearly 15 years of being available only in Japan. [Teen Vogue]
  • Mercedes-Benz has tapped a series of designers, models, and front-row regulars to create custom vanity license plates for display at Lincoln Center during New York Fashion Week. [The Cut]
  • Milly's logo has received an update. The new design will debut on the labels of the brand's Pre-Fall 2013 collection. [WWD]
  • Hudson Jeans took to Instagram for its Spring 2013 campaign starring Georgia May Jagger (below). [Fashionologie Inbox]
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Model Devon Aoki is pregnant for the second time. She and husband James Bailey are expecting a girl this January; the couple's son, Hunter, was born last June. [Us Weekly]
  • Peter Brant II's reaction to last night's election results have stirred up anger and controversy. [Jezebel]
  • Kenneth Cole's reaction to the election, however, wasn't nearly as threatening. On Wednesday, he unveiled a billboard in New York that reads, "That's two jobs saved. Congratulations President Obama (and long live Big Bird)." Had the election gone the other way, Cole was prepared with a billboard that said, "Mitt happens." [The Cut]
  • Now that Narciso Rodriguez has successfully launched his Kohl's collaboration, he's moving onto another retail frontier: ecommerce. []
  • Derek Lam and his business partner Jan-Hendrik Schlottmann have purchased back the majority stack of their brand from Labelux, the luxury group that also owns Bally, Jimmy Choo, and Belstaff. "We look forward to our continued growth and to the many exciting possibilities ahead of us," Lam said. [WWD]
  • Richard Chai has signed on to create new uniforms for the hosts, servers, and bartenders at the Andaz Hotel in New York City. [Fashionologie Inbox]
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Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • M.I.A. spilled the beans that she's working with Versace during a talk at New York's MoMA PS1, but she didn't specify exactly how she's working with the brand. [Fashionista]
  • Narciso Rodriguez's hotly anticipated collection for Kohl's DesignNation concept is shoppable a whole day early. Customers were told to expect the line on Nov. 7. [SheFinds]
  • Nicola Formichetti has announced that Vogue's international men's editions will all be rebranded as GQ Style — meaning the Fall 2012 issue of Vogue Hommes Japan is the last. [Nicola Formichetti]
  • Say it ain't so: new restrictions the European Union has proposed on a list of 100 allergens commonly found in perfumes could alter some of the world's most iconic fragrances, including Chanel No. 5, Miss Dior, Guerlain's Shalimar, and Thierry Mugler's Angel. "It would be the end of beautiful perfumes if we could not use these ingredients," said Chanel chairwoman Francoise Montenay. [The Daily Telegraph]
  • A number of people who walked past the line for the Alexander Wang sample sale in New York this morning asked shoppers if they were waiting to vote. A reporter in the line called the experience "kind of embarrassing." [Racked]
  • Ralph Lauren has pledged $2 million to the Hurricane Sandy relief effort. "We want to support the selfless work of so many agencies, professionals and volunteers and hope that these donations will make it easier for our cities to rebuild and recover," Lauren said. [Vogue UK]
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