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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]
  • Brazilian shoe brand Melissa has unveiled sketches of its collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld. [Telegraph]
  • An H&M employee reportedly leaked that the fast-fashion retailer will make its much-anticipated online launch this June. An H&M spokesperson, however, said no such date has been determined. [Racked]
  • In other ecommerce news, Carven has launched an online boutique to accompany the opening of its flagship on Paris's Left Bank. [WWD]
  • BCBG Max Azria Group Inc. has tapped the financial services company Blackstone to advise the brand's potential $1 billion sale. [Business of Fashion] [break]More of today's fashion news you want to read, right here.[/break]
  • Natalia Vodianova is set to release a footwear collection exclusively on Net-a-Porter tomorrow. All proceeds will benefit Vodianova's charity, the Naked Heart Foundation. [Vogue UK]
  • Today marks Laurie Jones's last day as managing editor of Vogue. There is no word on where she is heading. [Page Six]
  • Victoria Beckham and Christopher Kane are just a few of the designers whose runways were scented with candles from Diptyque. [FabSugar UK]
  • Gucci creative director Frida Giannini, Beyoncé Knowles, and Salma Hayek have cofounded Chime For Change, an organization which raises funds and awareness for women's empowerment. [Telegraph]
  • Jennifer Lawrence shows off her modeling chops in a behind-the-scenes video for her recently released Miss Dior campaign. [Daily Mail] Photos via Melissa.
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  • Beyoncé's costume at the Super Bowl, designed by Rubin Singer, was inspired by Valkyrie, the goddess of war from Norse mythology. [ModMods]
  • Net-A-Porter's Natalie Massenet has announced that, in addition to debuting a print magazine, the luxury ecommerce site will soon be readable in French, German, and Mandarin. [The New York Times]
  • Barneys New York's dedicated warehouse sale website is now live. [The Shophound]
  • The first-ever Global Kids Fashion Week will showcase designs from labels like Paul Smith Junior and Little Marc Jacobs. [Vogue UK]
  • Anja Rubik says that the second issue of her biannual magazine, 25, is inspired by the soft, sensual side of erotica. [Nowness]
  • Donatella Versace, Victoria Beckham, and Mario Testino are just a few of the confirmed speakers at the 2013 Vogue Festival. [Independent]
  • P'Trique takes chic to the next level in his new music video. [Elle]
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  • Louis Vuitton's iconic steamer gets digitized, animated, and deconstructed in the brand's newest video, Retracing the Trunk. [YouTube]
  • Raf Simons will design the costumes for Sigourney Weaver and Isabelle Huppert in their upcoming film, Body Art. [Vogue UK]
  • If you're thinking about investing in an Hermés Birkin or Kelly, act fast — prices at the luxury retailer are expected to rise seven percent to 10 percent by early February. [Purseblog]
  • 3.1 Phillip Lim takes to the street in its first ever ad campaign. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • Victoria's Secret has pledged to stop using hazardous chemicals in the production of its clothing by 2020. [Telegraph]
  • Speaking of Victoria's Secret, Angel Lindsay Ellingson will launch an ecommerce site for her handmade line of jewelry, Goldie Knots, this Spring. []
  • Jonathan Adler's signature prints now adorn makeup sets. [She Finds]
  • Re/Create New York's auction to benefit Hurricane Sandy relief features a 60-second grab-and-dash shopping spree in the Net-A-Porter warehouse. [Recreate New York]
  • Coach plans on expanding its offering of ready-to-wear, outerwear, and jewelry. [WWD]
  • Juergen Teller's latest exhibition, Woo, which features images of Vivienne Westwood and Kate Moss, is now open at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. []
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  • Matthew Williamson has teamed with heritage brand Ballantyne on a knitwear capsule for both men and women. [Vogue UK]
  • Angela Missoni left her label's Fall 2013 men's show early to avoid the barrage of reporters waiting to ask about her brother's disappearance. [On the Runway]
  • Fred Perry is celebrating its 60th anniversary by inviting 60 personalities — from designers like Raf Simons to publications like i-D Magazine — to create unique takes on Perry's iconic polo shirt. []
  • Even from an early age, Wren's Melissa Coker found inspiration in '60s style. [Fashionista]
  • Speaking of retro fashion, Cameron Silver of Decades believes that buying vintage hones a collector's eye: "I love the idea that someone might be wearing something that is sixty years old and still look totally current," he said. "True vintage fans generally understand this and even learn to buy modern clothing much more intelligently." [AnotherMag]
  • Swatch has acquired Harry Winston for $750 million. [WWD]
  • Net-a-Porter's sales have risen 55 percent since last year. [Telegraph]
  • Alexander Wang is mentioned in Justin Timberlake's new single, "Suit & Tie." [YouTube]
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  • Andrej Pejic covers Elle Serbia's January issue. It's his first time gracing a mainstream glossy. [WWD]
  • Lady Mary Crawley's wedding dress ensemble from last night's season three premiere of Downton Abbey included a 45-carat floral diamond tiara valued at $200,000. [Glamour]
  • Milly is set to design a Hamptons-inspired collection for Banana Republic. The collection will be available in stores and online in May. [Racked]
  • Simone Rocha, Michael Van Der Ham, and Richard Nicoll top Net-a-Porter Fashion Director Holli Roger's list of London-based designers to watch. [Telegraph]
  • Marimekko's signature prints will adorn bottles of Aesop body balm for a limited-time collaboration, available this April. [British Beauty Blogger]
  • Heidi Klum would like to be able to read people's minds. [Marie Claire]
  • A custom Prada shoe from Tilda Swinton and a golden arrow brooch designed by Kim Jones for Louis Vuitton are among the items available in Friday's Re/Create New York auction to benefit New York Cares. [On the Runway]
  • KIA's K7 becomes a street-style star in a recently launched commercial featuring Scott Schuman. [Fashion Copious]
  • Jason Wu's contemporary line, Miss Wu, is now available online. []
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  • 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]
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